is there a reason my uromantyx wont eat?
i have had my uro for 3 days now i put lettecue and carrots and a piece of apple in there for him for a few days and he wont eat also wont eat the two crickets i put in there with him ?
- DefunctLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
First of all, Basking area should be around 120 degrees f.
If the Uro is new, then it needs time to adapt to its new home and may not eat right away.
Make sure it has privacy.
3 sides of it cage and maybe even all 4 should be covered to allow it that privacy.
No more crickets, period.
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if after a few days of privacy, the uro has not eaten, try some canned peas. For some reason they seem to love them. Just don't make it the staple of his diet.
- bossieLv 44 years ago
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
whats ur temp in the tank and do u have a uv light as well as the heat lamp(no heat rock i hope... very dangerous)
that might be the contribit to him not eating if its too cold they will not eat just like any other reptile... basking area is around 90-100F cool side should b around 80-90f...the same as what a bearded dragon would be...hope this help... good luck ...happy new years...Source(s): for good info on most reptiles and their basic care sheet check out our website ... http://ultimatereptiles.bravehost.com/