Advertisement THAT is the question! The brown phase g. rosea that I JUST got about a month ago is dying. She was WC and I think she was exposed to pesticides. She stunk like a dead carcass when I got her, her name is "Stinky!" Really docile, but a couple of weeks after I bought her, her checiclerae started opening like this: V as opposed to this: II every time I held her. But no fangs. Then, she started walking VERY jerkily. Then, every time I handled her, she would extend her fangs and put them on my hand like she was "holding on", but NO BITE. She soon became pretty much immobile, I checked on her one day and she accidentally rolled on her back, so I left her there thinking, "ahhh, impending molt." 3 or 4 days later, no molt, and barely any movement. I turned her over and she's been in death curl for three days with little or no movement. Do you think she is suffering? Should I put her in the freezer? Is death inevitable? If there is even a sliver of hope, I would hate myself forever for freezing her, so I need EVERYONE'S opinion!!!