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after spending so long trying to hand feed him his veggies, i leave my room for a little bit only to come back to his face buried in his salad bowl! as soon as he saw me, he ran away to his hammock, face covered in papaya
another thing to remember is to be patient. when he lets you hold him, don’t take him all the way out of his tank yet. just keep in in your hands for a little while so he has the option to leave if he feels like it. gradually take him out so you don’t scare him!
hello and welcome to the forum!! mealworms first baby beardies aren’t actually recommend because they are hard to digest can cause impaction, so it’s okay that he’s not eating them :)
he could just be nervous around you. try putting your hand in his tank without touching him for small...
looks okay overall. those temperature and humidity gauges might need to be replaced. they are known for being inaccurate (i made the same mistake!). i cant quite tell from the picture but what lights do you have? you could also give him more branches to climb on in his basking area so he can get...
i agree with all above posts, but about his mouth, that’s just how they regulate their temperature, similar to dogs panting! nothing to worry about. he probably doesn’t do it skeins your house because it’s not as warm
welcome to the forum! you can find so many existing threads specifically aimed at setting up a tank. there is a bunch of contradictory beliefs all over the internet so hopefully you’ll find answers you need here :)