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Old 18-07-2018, 11:26 AM   #5
emma_mcraf
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Firstly, welcome to the forum to you and Dash.
As Sandy says, there have been a few members on here who keep redfoots but donít often post. However, I found an old post that you might like and it may be possible for you to try pmíing the keeper for advice.

http://www.shelledwarriors.co.uk/for...hlight=Redfoot

Obviously, youíve done your research and realise they grow big and they need lots of space to wander about, including through the winter as theyíre non-hibernating.
My knowledge is very limited, based only on what Iíve read on here over the years, but humidity is very important.

Suze mentioned that new torts can take a while to settle in, so it may be thatís the case and within a few more days Dash will be eating much more and coming out of his hide a little more too.

Good luck and photos are always welcome on here!
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