I've read from a few sources the ideal humidity for ball pythons is 50%-60%. Mine rests at 70% naturally, without me misting or doing anything, in a glass viv with a mesh top. Do I need to work on lowering it, or is it not a big deal? (If so, how do I lower it?) Also, I've heard that activity in ball pythons can be a sign of stress. My baby sleeps in one of his hides all day, but at night he's very active and often pushes up against his ceiling. If I open it a crack, he'll come out on his own and explore my room (carefully supervised, of course), and he doesn't seem to mind being held or curling up around my neck. I've been handling him nightly just because he makes such a fuss climbing all around lol. (It's worth noting that he isn't really comfortable around anyone except me, probably because he's familiar with my scent - I had my brother hold him while I cleaned is viv, and he stayed curled in a ball the whole time.) Is this normal behavior? This may be a little neurotic but I just want what's best for him ;w; thank you!