My G. Pulchripes usually hangs out on her log/hide all day and sometimes just chills in her hide. She really doesn't do much, but hang out there. Then one day, I came back from school only to discover that she has dug a huge burrow underneath her hide. I really didn't think much of this as I've heard G. Pulchripes do tend to burrow. There's still an opening in her burrow and she hangs out in the entrance. That's where I'd usually drop crickets, where she would just jump on them relentlessly. Now I wake up and see that the entrance is now closed. I don't know if she's molting or what have you. I don't really want to disturb her by picking up her hide and checking in, but I also don't want her trapped in there with no chance of escape. I don't know what to do. I'll post a pick of her enclosure when my gf gets home cus her phone has a camera.