movement in sleeping

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movement in sleeping

Postby ciaramcmullen » Sat Jun 27, 2020 9:02 pm

so i just noticed after i turn rexs lights off and wrap his towel around his tank he’ll crawl up in his hammock and after a couple mins he’s start like doing slow small had things or like his head slowly falling inch by inch . is this normal like is he just falling asleep trying to get comfy ?
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Re: movement in sleeping

Postby ciaramcmullen » Sat Jun 27, 2020 9:05 pm

also does he need to be asleep and up at a certain time or is it like accustomed to how i sleep ? and do they wake up to small sounds while they’re sleeping rex doesn’t seem to move when i like open a bag or move or my tvs on but i’m just wondering
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Re: movement in sleeping

Postby KarrieRee » Sun Jun 28, 2020 5:40 am

Is there a reason your covering Rex up at nite ? Most people do not cover the tanks -- and yes I am assuming hes going to sleep w/ the head falling thing - I would not cover him anymore if hes not bothered by the TV etc -- I shut my dragons lights off on a 12 hr on 12 hr off cycle -- and I do not cover their tanks -- I have them in my computer room and if my computer is still on which it normally is the computer lamp nor monitor bothers them they still go to sleep
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Re: movement in sleeping

Postby ciaramcmullen » Sun Jun 28, 2020 3:30 pm

the reason i cover up rex at night is because i’m worried my fan is going to make his tank too cold and with it around it also blocks the tv light to his cage he seems to like the towel honestly he’ll go to sleep where the towel is covering the most which happens to be his hammock
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