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elo im having trouble keeping the humidity down has anyone got any good tips :D

thanks , Rob.
 

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Too humid?

Maybe I am stating the obvious, but it's a good place to start.

Where is the water dish (warm/cool end)?
If at warm, move to cool

Can you increase ventilation?

There's another active thread about substrate. Maybe a change another type like aspen, as it doesn't hold moisture for so long as bark or other subs.

Cant think of anything else, but when i do, i will post more.
 

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Down... Increase ventilation, smaller water bowl, placed in the cool end, use a dry substrate such as beech chips.
 

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:lol: I'm normally the other way round, waffle for ages and by the time I hit 'submit' there are already 6 replies!
 

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its in the cool end using aspen ill try more ventilation lol hopfully this wont mess up my temps ..
 

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So how is it so humid in there?? Most in your situation would be having the opposite problem! You must live in a sauna with your snakes then! Gas Central heating peerhaps?
 

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actully my rooms pritty chilly lol .. its in a tub setup while its young so that could be why
 

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Ha ha, yeah, notice both replies started with 'Too humid?', 'Down..' to clarify which way round the problem was.

If you are getting condensation on the side of the viv, it's because the air outside is much cooler than inside.

Turn ya heating up! :lol:
 
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