Adult Male Dumerils Boa just under 6ft won't eat, stays in hide 85% of the time I've read they take more time to adjust and are easily stressed so I've been leaving him alone other than offering food every 4 days and fresh water daily. Has not deficated since 1st week. I Have tried various size prey items both frozen-thawed and live, he showed intrest in them and hovered over them every time but never struck or even pulled back to strike. I should note that his enclosure had been lower than ideal temps the first week. His enclosure now has ambient temp of 75 day-time and 70 to 73 night. Hot side, basking spots are 82-90 depending on height measured. Humidity varies greatly, I've recorded 35-60%. His enclose is above the alligator enclosure so I've attributed the wide-range of humidity to that. ??? I Have been reading that aspen shaving are better for them but didn't want to stress him by changing enviornment now. He currently has a blend of peat/sphagnum moss, zoo-med jungle mix, reptile bark and top-soil. First boa, pretty familuar with pythons but I realize they are not quite the same. Any helpful info would be appreciated. Have not been in to the vet for a check-up with him yet. Had hoped to have him comfortable and fed first. How long before I should be concerned that he has not eaten yet?