Hello everyone, I bought my Horsfield tortoise on Sunday and he has begun to settle into his new indoor enclosure. Apparently he is approximately a year old. I have provided a substrate of organic topsoil in a hope to allow for burrowing and a comfortable surface and am using a UVB tube light across the whole enclosure with a 100W heat lamp providing heat for one half of the enclosure. The hot end is at 90 degrees Fahrenheit and the cold end generally stays around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. However, I never see Elvis stay in the cooler end, unless he is going for a quick walkabout to get food - he stays in the hot end night and day (although at night the heatlamp is turned off and the soil stays at 70 degrees). I was wondering if this was normal and if there was anything I could do to encourage him to move around more without prompting with food. My second concern was that I haven't seen him burrow at all. I've heard that horsfields are particularly prone to burrowing, but, although my substrate is soft and deep enough, he hasn't taken to doing it - I was wondering if this was simply because of the temperatures being regulated at the surface that he has no need to burrow, or if there was another reason, and if so I was hoping to know if there was anyway I could encourage him to burrow more. Thank you very much for all your help, from Ben.