Advertisement My tarantula has been burrowing non-stop lately. And not just fixing up one burrow, he'll dig his way to the bottom, start wrapping around the edges, digging in a huge tunnel around the outer bottom edge of the enclosure, then...bury it all back, build a pile in the middle of the enclosure and start again. He makes a new burrow pretty much daily at this point. At first I just was letting him do his thing, but now I'm concerned that he is stressed and unable to feel safe in any burrows he makes. He's about two inches long total(Maybe 3 now, he's been growing rapidly) and is still in a relatively small kritter keeper with the substrate piled up nearly to the top. I mean, it's cute to watch him carry around all the clumps of dirt, but I figure their burrow is their safe home, and I'd like him to feel comfortable in it and not just make a new one only to destroy it all the time. Unless this is normal A. hentzi behavior. If this isn't normal behavior, what can I do to remedy the situation? He's in a fairly undisturbed corner of the house, I only go in there to sleep or do homework.