Originally Posted by djultimate
I have removed both plants, theres a log in there under the basking lamp, which ive left in, he can hide under it, put he's in plain site at all times.
After taking the plant out, i tired to stroke him to which he flared his beard up and opened his mouth like he was trying to his.
I left him to it at that point, starting to think he will never be friendly lol.
Patience is the key, my female has been a bit 'weird' today. Chucked in a load of locusts and she wasn't really interested but now she is just on her log basking.
Have to agree with some of the other posters, removing the hiding spots is a good start as he will have no choice but to be in the open.
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