im probably just fussing over nothing again, but I’ve noticed that one of my Northern Spiny Tails does a lot of throat puffing and mouth gaping when Im watching her. She’s hasn’t taken to handling as well as her cage mate and I can’t figure if this is a defensive thing or not? Just does it (as far as I’m aware) when I’m watching her- no problem during the day when they’re sleeping. Mostly she’ll turn to face me and do it. No bubbles/excessive fluid in the mouth. And her much more tamed cagemate has not exhibited the same behaviour. Is it just a defensive behaviour or...?