Hi guys, I recently bought a Jayapura green tree python from Ben Siegle, it is a farmed animal. I have had the little guy for only four days. It is in a 12x12x18 exo terra and I am using eco earth as substrate. It is a double sized hatchling. I am using a red halogen 25w heat lamp for warmth day and night, and have a 26w flouro on a 12/12 cycle. The temperature ranges from 75f on the ground to 90f under the basking light. The average temperature of the cage is 80f.I am raising the humidity to 85% in the morning and let it drop down to 50% before respraying the enclosure. I attempted to feed the snake the day I got it. It did not want to eat but struck at the pinky in a defensive way. It started to shed last night but it has not shed all the way off and is coming off in chunks. I assume this is because it was in shed at Ben Siegle as well as shipping and when I recieved it and had not had a good humidity. I took it out of its enclosure and gave it a 15 min bath in lukewarm water (80 degrees) this morning to try and help, it was not happy about that, didn't strike, but wanted out of there. I did not try to peel the sheding skin off while in the bath. I was just wondering if there was anything I could do to help with the shed. And also when should I try to feed the lil bugger next? I was going to try again last night but it was sheding so I wanted to wait until after because I know they don't really like to eat in shed. Ben Siegle said it last ate on the 31st. And yes I have read the book The (more) Complete Chondro, and have done alot of research, but any input from someone experianced with this kind snake would be much appreciated! I tried to upload pictures but its not working for me for some reason....? Thanks!