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Old 18-07-2018, 10:38 AM   #4
sandy
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Originally Posted by tortydat View Post
I haven't really kept redfoots but as they come from a jungle environment they don't bask very much but do need it to be humid. You could try him with earthworms and small snails to see if he takes them. More plants would be better for him so that he could hide in them. Hopefully someone with more knowledge can help you more.
As Mary has said they need humidity, and background heat. They are not a basking speices. And they eat worms etc. I am sure the tortoise trust site will have good info available. As on this site they are not commonly kept, but there are a few keepers on here. But they don't post that often:0)
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