Advertisement I originally purchased a 10 gallon aquarium for my G. rosea with some Eco Earth Coconut Fiber substrate, a water dish, and a pretty good hiding log for her. I've been reading about T's that fall and damage themselves and I packed the substrate in the tank really good. The substrate is dry to the touch and she seems to hate it. Anytime she goes down onto the substrate she makes a dash for a corner and begins to scale up it. As soon as I see her do this I will place her on top of the log (for fear of her hitting the log or dish if she fell.) She seems to enjoy sitting on top of the log and from what I have seen will absolutely refuse to go on the substrate with the exception of making a normal water run. I was wondering if this behavior is normal and what objects would be safe to decorate the aquarium with for a better visual experience as well when I have friends and family over when I am showing them my little beauty and attempting to teach them not to be scared. =P If the 10 gallon is an acceptable tank I kind of want to try and get it to look a bit more like their natural environment. I always tend to be skeptical of what I will put in the tank with her as well because her health and safety is much more important then aesthetics. I've been reading almost every bit of information I can find online and offline and I always love to hear input from more experienced owners.