I agree with "The Eternal", humidity is very important to this T. Mine is now about 7 inches after a fresh molt. Had her for 5 weeks now. She's refused food since i got her a month ago. She was a cinnamon red color prior to molt now a deep brown color post molt. Took a week for her to eat since the molt now cant give her enough lizzards. Substrate is good just keep the humidity up to about 80-90 % esp if you suspect a molt. I caught her in the act of molting and got some great pics, answers alot of questions about a fairly advanced T and their associated problems.