I just got an adult Chilean Rose yesterday, and I'm doing all the research I can. I know they aren't a very active species, so I don't expect my Lloth to move around a whole lot. However, since I got her set up in her enclosure, she is keeping her legs close to her body and almost covering her carapace. I'm not really sure if I should be concerned, or if this is normal adjustment behavior. She is in a brighter room than her last home, as I don't really have any dark rooms. She isn't in direct sunlight, and I generally keep the lights off in that room. She is drinking just fine, and the people I got her from said she's due to be fed sometime in the next week. I don't know the last time she molted, or even for sure how old she is, as she was rescued from being a class pet. Her substrate is peat moss, and it is a little more damp than she likes, she hugged the walls for an hour or two after I put her in her enclosure. She's sitting right around 72-74 Fahrenheit, so I know she's not cold.