I've had my fire skink for nearly two weeks now and rarely, if ever, see the guy out of the substrate. I have him on 4 inches of moist coconut fiber. And I've read a few different places that some people have great success getting their fire skinks to be out and active during the day by creating an ideal surface environment. But I've also read a lot of conflicting ideas on what is ideal for these guys. Right now I have him in a 20 gallon long since he is still pretty small. He has logs he can crawl through, a hide, some plants and drift wood to climb on and through. But he just does not seem interested in being out at all. I have his basking spot at 90, the cooler side around 79. I have his heat lamp, a 100 watt about 5 inches from his highest basking area and his UVB is on about 12 hours a day. I just feel like I was misled as to how to keep him and I just want to fix whatever is wrong and make him as happy as possible. He has shed since I've had him, he has pooped once that I have seen and usually has a great appetite. But lately he has seemed less than interested in his crickets or worms. I've soaked him a couple times and mist his cage a few times a day, trying to keep the humidity around 70%, his substrate is always moist though. What is absolutely best for him? I know a bigger enclosure would be ideal, which I am working on getting, but for now, what would make a fire skink hide all the time vs coming out and basking? He always seems cold when I dig him out.