I recently purchased two B. Giganteus nymphs at a reptile expo and enjoy them so much that I am considering purchasing more and starting a colony. However, the information I was able to find on them was fairly slim, and I was hoping to get some advice to optimize sucess in raising and breeding. So far, my two babies are in a tall/deep bin with mopani wood for climbing, a log half hide, about 3" coco fiber bedding, and some decaying oak leaves to munch on should they be so inclined. The temp is around 78-80 with ~ 75% humidity at present. They are eating a different type of organic baby food (fruit, veggie, oat, and chicken/turkey based) ever other day, and also get soaked monkey buscuits, fresh fruits and veggies, and a little bit of chicken. Apetite seems to vary; some days they voraciously chow down on what I throw in, other times they completely reject it. They seem active and well hydrated, but this is my first time owning the species and I want to do right by them. So, any tips for breeding and keeping from experienced owners is much appreciated!