I've had my ghost corn for about 6 years now, since he was a baby. His feeding has always been really good, and I fed him using tongs up until about over a year ago, when he suddenly became confused and struck me multiple times. Since then, I put the food in while hes being handled and then put him in with it. I make sure it's dark and that he has plenty of privacy, in which he quickly eats the mouse (hopper) with no problem at all. From what I have seen, he has no health issues, is a healthy weight and the temperature is no different to what it usually is, regardless of the weather change. Last week, he skipped his meal, and I didnt think anything of it. However, on feeding day again today, he is refusing to eat again and I actually decided to dangle the mouse with the tongs to ensure he acknowledges it. He still wont eat. Should I be worried? It's the start of June so he shouldn't be excited for mating season? I'm really worried.