- Jul 22, 2002
Eh, might as well leave it in as you never know what your T will decide in the future. Their behavior in regards to burrows and hides changes quite a bit as they mature.Originally posted by Grael
hmmm i think shes trying to get to china lol shes dug quite a big hole for herself now and shes not using the hide i give her shall i take the hide out?
For example, most Brachypelma slings spend their smaller days burrowing and hidden from view. As they get larger they will settle for a hide, and when larger still are usually content to just sit out in the open.