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There is no fear like seeing the lid of a cage open for what could’ve been hours.
I wouldn’t say I’m afraid of my Scolopendra dehaani but it does get my heart racing when I have to mess with it’s cage.
Got a Nhandu Chromatus sling today.
G.pulchripes. It’s good looking, gets pretty big and eats well.
I would stay away from a s. subspinipes if you're a beginner
Probably frogs like pixies and pacmans. Something about predatory frogs is cool to me.
I don't know if I'd handle pedes in your videos because someone with no experience may try to do the same and end up getting bit. With that said...
Because they're cool.
Nice looking Ts. I don't think I could stop myself from buying the G. pulchra either if I had a chance.
My Brachypelma vagans and hamorri both molted yesterday.
I would be more afraid of the tick, killer bee and centipede than a tarantula spider.
My G. pulchripes molted for the 2nd time since March/April.
My B. hamorri flips its water bowl causing me to fill it multiple times.
I would definitely remove the frog as it could try to eat your tarantula.
I guess I probably look like I could own some animals.
Euathlus sp red
No tarantulas but in the last month I've gotten a centipede, scorpion, pacman frog, pixie frog and leopard gecko.
I need to get more Ts dangit.
Only feeders I feel bad for are mice that get fed to spiders and centipedes. I don't agree with feeding them those.
I would get another more beginner friendly T than a cobalt blue.