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Old 11-17-2021, 12:17 AM   #1
snakeywakey
Unhappy Tank got too hot

Hi there, I'm a first time corn snake owner and I try to be super careful about keeping everything right in her tank, so when anything goes wrong I get overly worried.

I recently moved into a new apartment and the thermostat is wonky so it can be hard to control the temperature sometimes. Well yesterday, it was SUPER cold so my roommate jacked up the heat. Somehow, only my room got hot which brought my snake's tank up to about 100 degrees on the hot side and 90 on the cool side, when I usually keep it at about 82-85 on the hot and 78-80 on the cool. It was like this for about an hour before I noticed and she was hanging out on the cooler side at least, but I know too high heat can be detrimental for corn snakes so I just want to make sure all is good lol.

I know I'm probably worried over nothing but I just need to ask for peace of mind, thanks all
 
 

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