I currently have a male kenyan sand boa that I have had for several years. I think he is about 3 years old. Well I went to college this year and snuck him into my dorm with me about 3 weeks ago. For the past week or so he has been trying to escape like crazy. He is constantly climbing the walls of his cage trying to get out. He is usually always under the sand and is hardly ever seen. I was wondering if anyone knew why he might be doing this? He is fed a pinky once every two weeks and he has been satisfied with that for several years. He is still eating regularly. The only things I can think of is that I think I have kept his heat lamp on more since I brought him here so the warmth might be causing him to be more hungry or just more active? Also he has been handled more than he is used to but not too much. Please help! I am worried! Here are some random details that might matter: He is about 13 inches long and is kept in a 10 gallon tank. He is in sand (I know that is not the best but he has lived in it since I got him without any problems). He has never had contact with another snake. He has a water dish on one side and a heat lamp on the other that I turn on if I think it is not warm enough. I have not changed anything.