Advertisement Okay, I searched for an appropriate thread to revive but didn’t see one, if I did miss one, I do apologize in advance. The topic: T night time activity. The only T’s I see during the day is my A. versi who is actually quite bold in hanging out till something moves and then s/he bolts for the web, and the L. klugi and parahybana – who for the most part stays in their cave but you can see in. Last night I woke to the sound of rustling in the room. I know it was not the chameleon ‘cause she sleeps like a log, so I know it had to be one of the T’s. I am thinking it is the parahybana who has made a depression in the substrate next to the Styrofoam I used to anchor some fake plants to. There are tell-tale signs of the Styrofoam being munched. My husband commented that hears it too, on various nights. Even though everyone else was out, and I gotta say, some I haven’t seen since they came in and I housed them, and the parayhybana was just sitting there in the open, it still had to be it ‘cause it really is the only one big enough to be moving things around. The klugi is down stairs so I know it wasn’t s/he. What do your kids do during the night?