Hello! I've had a male plated lizard for roughly a year or two, he has been doing fine but I have some questions. Mine is fed once every other day on mealworms or waxworms, roughly 10-20. He usually eats about a dozen or so, so I just put in a random amount a round that number. He spends most of his time sleeping under the bedding or finding a spot to bask, but he does move around and sit in his water occasionally. The reason I wanted to ask is I saw this video recently: This animal is the same species (and a male as well, it looks like), but I noticed he is much more aggressive with feeding and much, much more active. All of the plated lizards I have known are shy eaters, and don't eat much when they do. And they certainly are not this mobile. I am wondering if the setup for my plated might not be the best. He has a heat lamp on the left side of his tank, 150W. It is about a foot above the highest point in his tank that he can reach. The entire cage has a UV light, roughly 3-4 feet in length. I can take a picture of the set up right now. I am wondering if he might not be getting the warmth to give him the energy to be more active, or if they are not naturally as aggressive in hunting as the animal in the video I linked.