Advertisement So when I checked my Ts this morning, my A. geniculata was in what looked to be a death curl. Fearing the worst, I opened his enclosure and pulled his bark hide off of him (he has an impressive burrow underneath it which he was in). When I picked up the bark, he sprinted like a normal terrified sling, so I put it back. Then he curled up again. So, was that an actual death curl? His legs are basically translucent because he's so tiny, so I couldn't really tell if they were directly under him or not. It also froze last night because Oklahoma's weather doesn't make sense. If they get too cold will they curl up? I changed his water and put some drips of water on the moss he uses as one wall of his burrow, and also moved him to a warmer area. What do you guys think, should I be worried? If you want pictures, I won't be able to post any until I return home in 3-4 hours; I'll update then too. Edit: he is also in very obvious premolt, if that helps anything.