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Old 22nd February 2017   #9 (permalink)
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Default Re: T. Yangi cooling

The males and females are regularly going in to the water. I run the fog in the morning, and they are quite responsive to it. It's been raining here the last few days, so I have the window open an inch just so they sense the change in air pressure. The rain has been on and off all day. I have a heat lamp on one side of the tank, the air temperature is around 20-22 right now.
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