Hi guys. I'm panicking. I have no air conditioning in my apartment and limited ventilation. It is 98.4 degrees in here. All of my fans are pointed at the cresties save for one, and that one is trying to get hot air out of the apartment (it's hotter in here than it is outside, but only by a few degrees). I put ice cubes on top of each tank, and most of my cresties are just acting cranky at this point, but my youngest one, Sprocket, is having a hard time. She's breathing heavily and is only giving me minimal responses to touch and cool water misting. I don't want to stress her out by poking her too much, but how can I help her? She was roughly 13g when I weighed her last week. I want to weigh her again to make sure she isn't dropping, but once again, I don't want to freak her out while she's trying to cope with the heat. What can I do for her? We're having a record-breaking heat wave here on the Massachusetts coast, and there is no place with A/C nearby where I could take her for the afternoon/evening. The humidity is oppressive and we honestly have no place to hide from the heat. I'm stressing out...I don't want to lose any of my babies today.
I would love to hear advice asap...
2.4.1 Rhacodactylus ciliatus (Zappa, Basset, Mo, Sprocket, Sparrow, Ellie, Jenga) 0.0.1 Rhacodactylus auriculatus (Dr. Doctor) 1.0.0 Pogona vitticeps (Xander) 0.1.0 Eublepharis macularius (Gaia) 1.1.0 Hemitheconyx caudicinctus (Oluyemi, Yoruba) 1.0.0 Chamaeleo calyptratus (Faizal) Fish tank [15g] (betta Sputnik, many apple snails, and nameless mollies)