I've taken my juvenile female veiled outside the past two days and had a question. When she is out on top of her plant and basking, she will occasionally open her mouth for long periods of time. I don't know what to make of it. My best guess is that she is too hot from basking. The temp outside has been 75-80*F. The first time I saw her do that I just stared and tried to figure out what she was doing. When I saw it a second time, I moved her plant partly in the shade and misted her for 20 minutes. She was fine for a while after that, until she got back up to bask again for about an hour. She must really like that sun. The last time I saw her open her mouth briefly, like she was yawning. Then I misted her one last time for a good 20 minutes. This time She stayed at the top and enjoyed the cool mist of water. So I figure she was just getting a little dehydrated. Am I right to guess this? Also, do juveniles tend to bask themselves to the point of dehydration? Maybe they don't know their limits at this age?