About 2 weeks ago I purchased 2 sulcata hatchlings. I've been reading different articles, care sheets, forums etc. I've even called a couple of breeders. There seems to be a lot of contradiction on the care. I have them in a 60 gal glass tank...some people like this some don't - I know! The substrate is rabbit pellets. I have a couple of questions... first of all... I'm only feeding them once a day. They will not eat arugula so I've been giving them live butter lettuce - they LOVE this. The weather is a little cooler now, so I haven't put them outside on the grass to roam and graze (I have an enclosure for this), so they're not really getting fresh cut grass. Today I fed them spring mix and carrot shavings... trying to mix up the diet a bit. Is this food sufficient? Also, I purchased some powered calcium from petsmart. I was told this is good for them, however it's for anphibeans... is this ok to give them? I'm not chopping the food, should I be? They're eating everything I put out...should I be feeding them more? Also, what is pyramiding? These hatchlings are about 6 weeks now, one has a smooth shell and one has a bumpy shell.... they came this way. One other thing, I was told from the breeder that I purchased them from that I got a male and female.... is it even possible to sex them at such a young age? I was told a vet sexed them. Thanks for your anticpated responses!!