Ok thank you. I think they got about 4 months, and they seemed to eat some protein. For now, once I get them at least attached to the outworld, I will leave them alone with just some honey for a few days, then maybe offer them like a cricket or dubia roach leg.Batspiderfish wrote:Exactly. As long as it was cold, they were hibernating. If they didn't get four months in, they probably still ought to hibernate. They might need a dryer tube, though.CreeperUniverse wrote:Oh I wasn't saying that like they were curled up or something. They were legitimately sitting down and walking around and just doing their normal thing, even though they were slowing down and not foraging and brood was slowing around when I put them in. I'll take your stuff in mind next winter, but I don't wanna put them in again and accidentally spook them.
They need insect protein and sugar when they are ready to come out of hibernation (provided to them in an outworld/foraging arena).
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