I just got a baby BP, he keeps climbing and wrapping around the thermometer probe. Is this...
okay? Can he get stuck or will he be able to get out of it? Not sure what to do.
The probe, as in the tiny plastic piece that should be at the bottom of the tank on the substrate? There shouldn't be much for him to wrap around if that is what you're referring to, much less climbing up toward.
Otherwise, I'm not sure what piece of the thermomter you are referring to.
In general, he should be able to fix himself.
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