- Oct 10, 2002
well im home early from work, and checked the status of my package. (5 P. murinis usambara slings) they'll be here today. cant wait.=D
Not necessarily just in their youth... When I first got mine as a sub adult, it burrowed and stayed under there for the longest time. Then out of nowhere, it webbed a little hammock for itself at the top of the cage. Now, it switches off between the both every other couple of weeks.Originally posted by Lycanthrope
ive actually heard them described as terrestrial, and "semi aboreal". apparently because some individuals take to climbing in their youth.