Advertisement Today I came home to find my adult rose hair female on it's side on the side of her tank caught between a plant. So I lightly tapped the glass and she crawled out of there normaly, but then she kept falling fowards and biting the dirt and then went into a twitching deathcurl and kept biting. I put her in an ICU for now. I'm wondering what is wrong with her. 2 things that strike me as possibilities are, too cold or old age. My house stays pretty cold, But I can't imagin it getting lower than high 50s but it is usualy like 65 degrees and thats what it is currently. Also she is most likely wild caught and is female so she could be old, who knows, she has been refusing food for a while and he abdomen has gotten smaller, but not TOO small and it isn't wrinkled. As I am typing this she is standing tall in her ICU with her fangs beared and moving her legs around. So anything else I should do and any ideas on whats wrong? PICTURES http://www.flickr.com/photos/48944632@N02/5426099984/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/48944632@N02/5425495623/ Thanks for any help! EDIT I also saw my sling with a semi deathcurl twitching. I think it's too cold, but luckily the sling wasn't too far gone. I have his enclosure humid and heat blasting now hoping for the best.