When posting a question about your reptile please include the following: · How long have you owned the animal? About 24 hours. · What is the enclosure size? 40 gallon terrarium · What type of substrate are you using (shavings, bark, paper towel, etc.)? Cage Carpet · What type of lighting are you using and at what distance(s) are they from the animal? (UVB and Basking) MVB over tank (heating pad for heat). · What are the temperatures within the enclosure and how are they being measured? Stays around 80-85F during day, 70-75F during night. Using a digital thermometer with probe to measure temp. · What is the humidity within the enclosure and how is it being measured? Not currently measuring humidity. · What are you feeding (or attempting to feed) the animal? Fresh food: Romaine Lettuce, Green Leaf Lettuce and Collard Greens. Strawberries for fruit (very little, diced). Timothy hay. Fresh food is dusted with calcium powder w/vit D3. Zoo Med Forest Tortoise Food (mush). · What exactly are you concerned about? I'm really just very very new to tortoises and haven't found a whole lot of substantial information on Greeks. Would like to know what I'm doing right, what needs to change, if there is anything at all I should be aware of. I am bound to be making mistakes, I'm sure. Want to make sure this guy lives until he's older than dirt. · Please provide images of the animal as well as the enclosure if possible. GusGus - a set on Flickr Additonal Info: Got him From PetSmart (I'm sorry). His tank is next to a window that gets a decent amount of sun. We had it open yesterday to let some natural sun in (overcast and rainy today, boo). He is very active for a bit, then sleeps all splayed out, he even sleeps with his head out laying sideways on the floor, then he's active again. He has been eating his fresh greens. In the photos you can see the two MVB bulbs. They seemed to be a bit much together, so the one on the left has been off since we got him. The bulbs are 125w.