Hi everyone. Have just got a Stimson’s Python and have some questions about temp and humidity. Seems like our heat mat isn’t big enough and/or the cheap temp gauge we already had isn’t super accurate. Keeps saying the middle of the enclosure is between 23 & 25c even though the Python so far seems active and happy enough (also handling well but very mobile, and fed today for the first time since buying him). Humidity reading was only 10% though, so this arvo I rearranged the enclosure and ended up inadvertently putting the water bowl above the heat mat. Next time I checked there was condensation everywhere, and the gauge said 50% humidity!!! Also absolutely crapped myself when I saw it also said 48.5c, but when I rushed in with my hand to check it definitely didn’t feel anywhere near that, so I’m pretty sure the extra moisture in the air just Malfunctioned the gauge rather than me actually doing any damage to the animal. Am currently mopping up the condensation and replacing the substrate (paper towel), while also doing my best not to disturb him post meal. Long story short, a) will a few hours worth of super moist air have caused any immediate health problems? b) what temperature gradient do experienced keepers aim for with Stimson’s? c) has anyone got any particular brands/models/styles of gauges that they swear by for accurate, reliable temp & humidity measurement? Thanks in advance - I’m stressing more about getting things wrong than I was when 2/3 of my own kids were born!