So we recently, like 2 weeks ago, moved my 10ish month old veiled, Stormy, into a 4 by 2 by 4 foot enclosure. Before this he was in the standard 2 by 2 by 4. But anyways, today he came onto my hand, twice, for food. I just figured, might as well try to get him on my hand one more time, as i had given up on this like 5 months ago. And to my surprise, he crawled right on my hand!!! So. I haven't been working with him at all for the past 5 months, and when i was working with him like 6 months ago, he would always seem to be considering getting on my hand, but ultimately decide not to and walk away. Why the sudden change? I know that people have observed them to be more friendly when they are in a free range setup, and though i know he is not in a free range, could he have become less defensive in the twice as big higher up cage? Or is it possible he just has become more used to me. I dont know i just find it interesting how with a month of working with him before, he would never come on my hand, and with over 5 months of literally not working with him at all... he crawls all the way on my hand? Anyways any answer are appreciated.