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It’s great that he pooped!! However, the photo may confirm what I first suspected. He may have chytrid, which takes a while to develop. He appears to have skin sloughing off. Chytrid thickens the tissue of the epidermis, making it virtually impossible for the animal to stay hydrated. Dehydration can lead to constipation. If this is was it is, and only a vet can tell you for sure, the prognosis is not good. If your pet passes away and you decide to get another one, purchase from a different breeder and be sure to sterilize every single item in the enclosure, and apply a bleach solution to all interior parts of the habitat itself. This fungus is good at hiding. For more information, check out the site below.

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