So my amazonicus production line has been chugging along very well until just recently. I have had 3 tads that looked big and healthy their whole life. They popped their front legs, I waited a few days, and then moved their cup into the morphing sweater box at a 45 degree angle. Pretty much within 24 hours of doing this they just died. I have 20 others that went through the transition just fine and are growing fast. Am I doing something wrong? Does the change in environment just kill some? They are going from a heated incubator to a non-heated morph box but the room is a constant 70 degrees. Is this a normal survival rate?