- Oct 8, 2016
My wife and I recently rescued two (what we think to be) G. rosea from a hoarder's house. We are new to having Ts as pets and are very excited, and also have done a ton of research. Our main question is we were wondering if the two of them would be able to sense each other the way the enclosure is set up. It is a little difficult to see in the picture but they are in a 10 gallon tank that is separated in the middle with a wall of Plexiglas. There are no holes or ways for the Ts to interact, but we weren't sure if they would still know they are in the same enclosure with each other. The plexiglas is held up with gorilla and super glue. I was also a little unsatisfied because their substrate is taking longer to completely dry than we anticipated, and were worried if that would be a problem for them since they normally prefer more dry substrate with not as high humidity. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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