OBT enclosure...

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Arachnobaron
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i would like to see how your obt settles after a few weeks of that setup. keep me updated. very curious what it’ll do :cigar:
 

Benson1990

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Bit of an update....she's made a nice burrow under her cork bark hide, I honestly have not seen much of her I'm lucky to catch a glimpse of her sitting at the entrance of her burrow but the moment I touch the enclosure she retreats back inside...she's been taking pre killed morio worms no problem, I just crush the head and place it outside the burrow and it's gone the next day, so all good so far have had no issues with her!
 

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ivyalmighty

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hmm some conflicting opinions on the size, I personally thought a 5 gallon would be enough for an adult OBT from my research.
It is. A lot of Ts are more comfortable in smaller enclosures anyway. They aren’t reptiles. Adult females in the wild typically don’t stray more than a few inches from their burrow. That’s not to say squeeze it into something but that size should be perfectly fine.
 
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