Humidity above 70% can create problems for Uros. Under 35% is ideal.Highly adapted to arid habitats, properly-fed Uromastyx Lizards usually obtain sufficient water from their diet. As a safety measure, the terrarium should be misted twice daily, so that water may be lapped from rocks and other surfaces.
Moroccan uromastyx need a temperature gradient of like 85° on the cool end to in the hundreds in the basking area, so either the temps are too high for the escudo or too low for the uromastyx.My Moroccan Uros haven't been eating much since I put them in with my escudos.
Good caresheet...weird comments. The only thing I would mention is how nice white millet is for substrate. Thanks, JVKhI,
vERY SORRY ABOUT THAT, HERE IT IS The Best Diet for Uromastyx Lizards - a Herpetologist