- Mar 10, 2015
Okay so I recently rehoused one of my female P. irminias into one of those exo terra mini tall enclosures. Had everything set up nicely and made sure to put plenty of substrate against the back so she wouldn't dig and get behind the foam background those enclosures come with. Two days ago I checked to see if she had taken to her new home and discovered she had did what I tried to prevent. She dug out the bottom corner of substrate and has now taken up residence in the very back of the enclosure against the foam and glass. I left her be cause she wasn't stuck in the slightest....hoped she would explore more and come out.....checked before I had to leave for work and she's still there. Here's my question....what do I do? Am I gonna have to tear apart the enclosure and how am I supposed to remove her without hurting her? Would it be okay to leave her till she gets hungry and comes out looking for food? All my other arboreals that are in the exo terras haven't attempted to dig and get behind the wall.