02-07-2009, 04:35 PM
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Yeah, it comes and goes. But he still eats, and its usually during the day when he looks worse (at night he looks full and great), so I think the new lights are a lot for him right now, and he will adjust in a couple weeks. It might have taken a few days for him to react to the new light (?).
Thing is, he hasn't budged from the spot where I first put him in. I even politely gave him an overhang literally two inches above him, where he could go to get out of the light if he wants. The top-most edge of him is already in the shade, so they don't have eyes but it ought to sense that shade is "up". Anyways, I'm not going to manually move him from his spot, but just keep an eye out and hope for improvement.