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IME, the never pick the spots we make "perfect" for them as a den. Big caves are not usually their choice, they will seek an opening just big enough for their mantle with no room for predators. Some of mine have chosen places with a second entrance/escape where others have preferred a single opening. You might also think about a few small light rocks or shells (thumb nail to thumb sized) to be used as a door.