Advertisement Hi everyone, I've never posted here before, but I'm a long time lurker. I have 3 T's, (P. murinus, G. pulchripes, and C. fasciatum) and they're all just past the sling stage (finally adult coloration!). Anyway, my question is, now that they're getting too big for their original baby food jar containers, how do I move them out to bigger enclosures? I already moved my OBT to a bigger cage when he go too big, but I just but the baby food jar on its side and left it in there, because I had no idea how to make him leave such a small container. He uses that as a burrow type thing and has a lot more room to move around outside it, and I think that works pretty well. Anyway, my question is, my G. pulchripes is rapidly getting too big for his jar, and has basically made it one large burrow, how do I move that little guy? Should I just bury the jar in its new enclosure up to the lip and call it a day? What do you all do when you have to move larger burrowing T's for whatever reason? I hope all that made sense; thanks in advance.