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Old 07-01-2005, 12:01 PM
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Default Need some advice on Temp. and Humidity

I have been monitoring my temperature and humidity in three spots of my hex tank for about a week. The ground temperature and humidity are around 75 degrees and 90% About half way in the tank it is push 80 degrees and 80% humidity, and at the top 85 to 90 degrees and 75%.

I do have vent holes in the top of the tank. Should I be concerned, with the difference in tempature and humidity from the bottom to the top of the tank.

What should I do to fix this, I was think of putting an exhaust fan or changing the lighting. To bring down the temperature at the top of the tank, but my concerns are if I do this I will lose the temperature and humidty at the bottom of the tank.
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Old 07-01-2005, 12:11 PM
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Wire up a computer fan or 2 to the hood. This will bring down the temps a bit.
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