I've had my adult Veiled for about 3 weeks now. I'm concerned about the humidity but, I'm not sure if I'm going overboard. I live in the Atlanta, Georgia metro area and about the same time that I purchased my veil, This whole region has been in a heat wave. On top of that, We've been in a drought all year. So all this time the temps have been 100 degrees or more with very low humidity. Even with my central AC running non stop during the day, My "Reptile Room" doesn't get below about 82 degrees F. in the evening. The air is bone dry. I have a large screened enclosure. It seems insane trying to maintain humidity in an open air enclosure when the surrounding air is dry. It's like trying to load a wheelbarrow full of bullfrogs! So, I have cypress mulch as a substrate, Four very large sponges that I spray with water, Plus Sphagnum moss(Enough to fill a salad bowl in about 3 big clumps that I spray), And I've wrapped the back and the sides with nylon landscaping cloth which allows some airflow But is a moisture barrier. the front and top are open. I have a water dropper. It doesn't really seem to work that well. It only holds about a cup and a half of water and the more water it drops out the slower the drops come. In the early A.M. (Very early as I have to be at work by 6:30), He's a bright green when I flick the lights on in the room to mist his cage. It's almost like a neon green when compared to when I come home at 3 P.M. when he is more darkish colored. The latter is the hottest time of day. I keep both a day bulb and a fluorescent UVA\B on for twelve hours a day on a timer. The screened enclosure is 30" wide, 30" tall, and 18" thick. He has drift wood reaching up to about 8 inches from the top over which I have his basking light and flo-light. I have the sponges and sphagnum moss stuffed into the driftwood from top to bottom. I Have a vaporizer I could use.?..? Overall, I feel like I'm trying to maintain a rain forest in the middle of the Sahara. It wouldn't be a so much a problem if I had him in a glass tank but, I've heard that it is not good for them to see their reflection because they will mistake it for another Cham. + they need good ventilation or else they can produce respitory problems. I've tried to cover every base in this thread so any new insights will be greatly appreciated! Also the humidity attracts these small flying insects, Thank God the Ants haven't found their way in. They're all over the place at work!