This T was sold to me as a "skeleton" leading me to believe it's an E. Murinus. However the guy who sold it to me kept it on gravel so I doubt he could tell it apart from a metallica, and it's unsexed as well. I thought it was a murinus until it didn't burrow, which confused me, so now I'm here.
@KezyGLA I've given her (I suspect it's a her) about 5 inches of substrate and a nice starter burrow but it doesn't seem to take to it. Its eaten twice since the rehouse so I'm assuming its settled in as well. I think that maybe because the guy was keeping it on gravel it's never had a chance to burrow before so its not starting one?
@Greasylake it will burrow but 5" of substrate isnt enough for an adult of this species. They are basically complete fossorial and make deep burrows. I give mine 9" of substrate, the same as I do my Asian fossorials, and they burrow right to the bottom of enclosure