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Anyone else find it hard monitoring what their KSBs are up too?

I mean, coz he's always burried and so small, knowing if he's done his business or shed or whatever is a bit of a mission
 

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I might be getting a KSB in the distant future, so this will be an interesting thread to watch.
 

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If you dont mind me asking, what do you keep yours in? all mine are in RUB's.
What substrate do you keep yours on/in? mine are on aspen.

It gets easier as they get older!
 

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Mine isn't actually on sand yet, I was suprised, but I was advised to keep him on wood chippings till he's a bit bigger, then move him to sand.

Siving wood chippings aint an option, lol.
I was just thinking about this stuff coz he MUST be about shed time now but it's a bit tricky to see what he's been doing !
 

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I think the aspen and RUB's make life alot easier, due to being able to see the sand boa from underneath, finger threw the aspen and spot any turds and sheds!
 

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I think the aspen and RUB's make life alot easier, due to being able to see the sand boa from underneath, finger threw the aspen and spot any turds and sheds!
see the problem?:Na_Na_Na_Na:
 
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