Yes, where you live it gets cold! You would need a heated night box. Actually, I'm not sure how well a Greek would do in your climate. Let's ask @HermanniChris .Okay thanks for the repley. Also if im putting him outside? Do i need a heat lamp inside his house?
Best to have a large indoor enclosure AND a large outdoor enclosure. Use the outdoor enclosure during fair weather, and bring him inside when the weather is cold. You can still hibernate him this way if you want to.Okay thanks for the repley. Also if im putting him outside? Do i need a heat lamp inside his house?
WalesThat’s a T. g. ibera which means it is one of the cold hardiest species alive. A natural brumation outdoors would be advised as long as you can provide the appropriate setting for it. Where do you live? This species does extremely well where winters plummet to the teens and even single digits.