I need some help, I'm a new Russian Tortoise owner and my female tortoise is now spending all day trying to escape her new enclosure. I just put her in this new enclosure this Saturday the 24th. I used to house her a 40 gallon glass terrarium and after a while I knew that was too small even with all the climbing and hiding spot I provided. So I bought her a rabbit hutch because I didn't have the time to try to construct a tortoise table on my own. The hutch is 40" long, 23.5" deep and 25" high. It has a large built in hide on one end and a built in ramp that leads to top of it. I put another little house up there as well as her basking area. She has the ramp and several other climbs and 3 total hides with coconut fiber substrate. Currently I only have a ceramic heating element for her basking area and have a uvb set up on the way. The hutch is raised about 4 or 5 inches off the ground on wheels. Most of the enclosure is solid wood and she can't see through it, there is one door in the front that has a plexiglass window for her to see through. Ever since I moved her from her tank to the hutch she spends all day scratching at the walls and trying to get climb out. I've only had her since the 9th of July 2021 and even when I first brought her home the first few days were spent eating and hiding, she spent a little time trying to escape in the tank but not like this new enclosure. From the most she wakes up to the most she finally settles down for bed she is desperately trying to escape. Does she does need time to adjust? Does she not like that she can't see out or should I cover the window? Is it the lack of UVB? Is the hutch too big, does she not feel safe? She is not eating much and won't let me hand feed anymore. I'm afraid she is going to hurt herself trying to escape and constant noise is grating on my nerves. What do I do? I also have a few other items coming to modify the enclosure. A ramp for her to slide down and climb on and a play pen so she can leave her enclosure to explore a little bit. The hutch is also positioned next to our hallway where my family walks to and from the kitchen and living room all day, could it be the high traffic spot that is unnerving her?