A few days ago I found one of my juveniles that is about 3 months old in a crack behind the water feature and it appeared it drowned. I left it alone for a few hours after I rescued it from the place it wedged itself into. Nothing happened so I put it in the trash. My friend had some adults that breed so she had more of their siblings so I got some more. However, she had 7 and in the last few weeks, 5 of them died. I got the two that were still alive and took them back with me. I now have 3 of them. I returned them to the vibrarium and the one I had originally was swimming in the water and I notice it limp in there. I pull it out and it appears very dead, there was no movement in the throat area which is my usual indication of life. I didn't want to deal with discarding it right away so I put it in a small tupperware in the vibrarium and it looked dead for at least 5 hours. I woke up this morning and was going to throw it away but it was not in there. It is alive! but what is going on with them? Are they at a fragile place in their lives? Do they need different food/vitamins? I feed them fruit flies with reptocal (calcium and vitamin d3) about every 3 to 4 days.