- Oct 13, 2020
I want to buy 7 3/4 inch slings and put them in a 10x10x10 cube and fill it 7 Inches with substrate. This way I would not have to worry about substrate changes for a while. My plan is to dampen 2/3rds of the dirt length and width wise. And then put in all 7 slings. Luckily where I'm buying them from puts the slings for travel in vials small enough for me to just set them in the enclosure and wait for them to come out. My goal is to have them in their final enclosure from day one. Is this something that is a good idea? Or would it be better to keep them in a smaller enclosure first? I am asking because I have seen how fast they are and I would rather have them in a extra large enclosure as slings. I have read they become territorial when there's not alot of space to burrow in. So far in my reading the main reason for using a smaller enclosure is because it's easier to manage your sling. Can I break this rule in this instance?