Has anyone ever noticed their amazon tree boa dwell on the ground moreso when they are full and after a meal. I recieved my amazon tree boa just a few ago, and after its first meal (with me), i noticed it tends to stay on the ground. My set up is a 60 quart rubbermaid on its short side. I have an undertank heater with a wet shirt for substrate and I have cups of water on the cage floor to increase humidity and it stays around 80 - 90 % in humidity, and bottom floor temp of around 84' F and canopy temp of 80' F. I also use a radiant heater in the room which helps me raise or lower the temp's of all the over all enclosures by up to 6'. I know i have alot of fluctuations in my temps and humidity, but it is a theory i am checking up on, about how tree boas are given less credit than deserved when talking about its ability to stand a fluctuating climate (temps and humidity). Do you think these fluctuations are too extreme? This is my first arboreal snake, and my first boid in general. Any input is appreciated, thanks for you time. btw i know i maybe worrying about nothing, but i have to since my experience with this species is relatively new despite the countless sleepless nights of research and reading. I have read about them spending some time on the ground, but it seems like mine is on the ground all the time. Should i be worried or no?