Hey Guys, So I'm taking care of 10 baby sulcatas, less than a year old. 2"-3". They are in a tub with cypress bedding. We feed collards, turnips, mustards, kale, and a variety of veggies. We do calcium in the first helping, and whatever they eat the rest of the day doesn't have calcium. Their humidity is usually around 70, their hot spot is a little over 100F, and the rest of their enclosure is around 75F. We had one individual start to get concerningly soft about a month ago. I read that was a calcium/UVB deficiency so I started leaving their UVB on at night and upping the calcium. This baby got softer and softer until it died. Now a few others are getting a bit too soft for comfort. What can I do?