Advertisement The day before yesterday Matthias and I were doing a general check on our T's, and we found our young male P. ornata, Dulari, upside down in his house, with his legs curled tightly into his underside. Matthias gently moved him and he was unresponsive. We assumed he was dead. His KK was put on the floor and we left the room, when we went in to check the room last night, I picked up the KK and looked into it, it appeared empty, so I asked Matthias if he had moved Dulari's body. He said no. I showed him that Dulari was gone and pointed out that dead T's don't tend to move a lot. We found him curled up in between the lid of the KK and the plexiglass barrier that keeps the substrate from falling out. Matthias took him out, and we put him in an ICU with a water dish, and he did drink some last night. This morning he is looking much better, not curled, although he still seems weak. We are going to leave him in ICU for at least tonight and then possibly see if he will accept being tweezer fed. Wish our little boy luck!!!!!!!!