Yeah, I was wondering that myself, about the icu. I just figured it was SOMETHING. If it was a molting problem, it might help. As of now, I just haven't a clue what my next step is. I have surgically removed a molt from an E. murinus a while back that had been kept in awful conditions, and it's first, and only, molt with me was an awful one. I have never had something this unusual happen to aT in my care. I was wondering about DKS, but I'm not sure about that either. -sigh- it is beyond frustrating being unable to do anything, and having no clue what step to take.Now for a t that doesn't like moisture, an ICU is a bad place for it...it could actually kill it....the shower idea isn't much better....a hot shower may sound logical...but its not the right move.
It doesn't look like a fall could be the issue, it doesn't sound like poisoning of any sorts is the answer either.
Not ts to often molt the day after eating, its uncommon, but not unheard of and not a cause for concern in its self.
That said, if it is a molt issue (and we won't likely ever be able to tell from pics on the net), then there really isn't much that can be done. Had the t begun molting, you would have opportunity to surgically remove the molt....but that's only an option for one stuck in the process....ones that get stuck before they start really have no hope.....a while back I lost my prized T. cyaneolum to this...it sucked.
Only time will tell. Good luck with the others.