Hi everyone, new to posting but have been frequenting the forum for over a year since I bought my first veiled.. I've had three in that time and currently have two as one very very VERY young male passed away due to an illness that was present when purchased from Petco. (Poor little guy was sick when we got him, which was the reason my wife and I picked him, in hopes that we could turn him around. Unfortunately despite our best efforts with near round the clock observation and care he only made it a few days) Anyhow I now have an approximately one and a half month old veiled as well as my year old. My youngest demands to be hot, I'm aware they need to be kept between mid 70's, low 80's but this little guy will hang directly under the heat lamp and I've caught him trying to push through the top when I've had to turn the heat off because his enclosure was cresting the 90 degree mark. Is this normal? I don't want to grill the little dude but I also want him to be happy and comfortable. Any suggestions? And just for reference, the lower extremity of his cage is always in the mid 70's while the upper most portions tend to rest in the high 80's. He almost exclusively stays in his highest branches closest to the heat even when he is clearly hot, forcing me to turn off the heat lamp for a little while to prevent him from overheating as he is typically sitting, mouth open and very obviously too warm.