Hello! I have an (approx 1 year old) albino Darwin carpet python in a 60x40x40cm enclosure. I have a heat mat on during the day whilst he’s in his hide, highest temp reaches 32 degrees & then a CHE on during the night whilst he’s up & about which is set to 31 degrees on a thermostat with a 3 degree leeway (however the temp gauge is a few cm’s below the bottom of the lamp so the lamp would probably be at 35 degrees). NOW, my question is - do those with albino Darwin carpet pythons have a similar set up? Is it necessary for the CHE lamp to be on during the night or should I be putting in a slight drop in temperature? The reason I’m asking is mainly because his last shed was patchy & I’m worried that the constant heat mightn’t be good for an albino carpet (he’s my first snake so I’m new to this) - but I also bathed him the night before he shed because he hadn’t pooped in a while & I was trying to help in case of constipation - but maybe that was the reason his shed was patchy? Like I said, he’s my first snake & I’m very new to this but I do tend to overthink things because I love him so much & don’t want him to be stressed or unhappy - so please send your advice! Thank you in advance!