I've been having problems keeping the humidity above 30% in my BP tank - despite regular misting. Today is total change out day - so I thought I'd ask for additional suggestions... Cicero is in a 40 gal breeder. The back and two sides are covered in 3/4" styrofoam insulation and the top is wood. There are a few 1/2" holed drilled for ventilation and I added a 4"x12" heat vent when it got so hot this summer. It has a sliding cover on it, which is usually closed so there is very little - if any air flow from there. The light sits on a mesh covered hole in the wood top. He has a container of water. And he usually sheds in his one hide and the shed is intact (one piece), but twisted in on itself so it looks like a ball of mess. Not like Athena's (my corn) shed that she artistically drapes across her entire tank. The current bedding is a mix of Rept-bark and Aspen shavings (the smaller sized for hamsters). There might even be some coco-fiber stuff in there as well. Anyway -- even when I soak the bedding, I rarely get it above 40% and that doesn't stay long. I could probably add a larger water dish, but it is sitting in the middle of the tank, and the light for the basking spot is to one side. There is a piece of slate under the light. Any suggestions for a change in bedding or something that would help?? Thanks!!!!