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Yep, she's a she and she did lose a leg while molting. Definitely strong and resilient as any other I've ever seen.
It was a very stressful, yet rewarding process!
Since the original post, she has molted and is now one fat happy T![ATTACH]
M or F? Poecilotheria hanumavilasumica
You can check your local lawn and garden store for Miracle Grow Water Storing Crystals. The stuff is pretty safe. I like using it in my roach...
I'm very impressed with my sp. esmeraldas. Not shy at all and how can you not love that abdomen?[ATTACH]
Mine used to be a bad kicker. After her last molt, she's pretty much calmed down. Still my favorite T.
Everyone's opinions are what makes this place so constructive. I appreciate all of the input!
Getting better and filling out some. You can see that the legs on the right side are smaller, so I'm assuming a bad molt. Appetite is coming back...
Still alive and kicking, and starting to fill out a bit! I'll post some more pics tomorrow.
I can no longer play guitar in my rec room for fear that the vibrations will stress my T's out.
It's currently eating a pre killed cricket, so all hope may not be lost. I put another in and will check again in the morning. Thanks everyone...
I do part time work in wildlife rehab, and most days I come home thinking, "I really hate people"
It was dry when I got it, but due to the amount of mold in there, I'm guessing it was fairly wet at one point.
I'm sure they will use it for legal fees. They got slammed with 36 counts of animal cruelty.
It is having trouble moving that back left leg. It did crawl into the hide I provided for it, so I will let it be for now.
I paid $120 for it. In cases like this, you can't put a price on life. Good news, it did drink a little water. Fingers crossed for now.
The store is going out of business for animal cruelty charges, I just figured I could try to give it a good home or at least let it die with some...
I was at my local pet store today, picking up some supplies when I saw this poor C. cyaneopubescens, in a filthy, mold infested container. It's...