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    Thread: Starting to worry....

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      Starting to worry....

      My Bumba Cabocla sling "Baby Spooder" has been hiding in her burrow for at least a few weeks now and hasn't come out. She's just shut in and I dunno if she's okay. I'm tempted to dig her out but I don't wanna wreck her burrow and upset her. Should I just wait? I feel like I have a pet burrow. I'm watching a kritter keeper full of sub and waiting for something to happen. XD
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      Quote Originally Posted by NoLongerNoobish View Post
      My Bumba Cabocla sling "Baby Spooder" has been hiding in her burrow for at least a few weeks now and hasn't come out. She's just shut in and I dunno if she's okay. I'm tempted to dig her out but I don't wanna wreck her burrow and upset her. Should I just wait?
      That species loves to burrow. It is usually a pet hole.
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      I have 2 juvenlies and the smaller of the 2 just emerged from a month long baracade in it's burrow. The frist I saw of it was it's molt which was deposited at the entrance of the burrow. The T. emerged a few days later. Like Ungoliant said, they love to burrow.
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