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Zoo Med Zoo Med Hermit Crab Dual Thermometer & Humidity Gauge

Allows precise monitoring of both temperature and humidity in your hermit crab's homeUnique Velcro(R) backing allows for removal when cleaning enclosure
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I purchased the dual thermometer for the hermits fine but the hygrometer is in th level is in the red how do I get it in the yellow?

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If your humidity actually is too high, try venting your tank a little more, removing some water, or drying out some of your substrate. However, I would not trust the accuracy of this gauge (see my review from 4/15/13). Get a more accurate gauge and do some research on the web for more fixes.
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