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And those are pleasant ways to die? o_O
A presentation sounds like a good idea, as well as demonstrating that the enclosure is completely escape-proof.
Saw not heard, but at a museum they had a tarantula you could pet on its abdomen, the part with the urticating hairs.
We need to be able to see the ends of the palps.
That low level of substrate combined with the screen lid and wandering is a recipe for death by...
I have so many wasps coming to my garden I've probably seen a parasitoid wasp and not known it, which is kinda weird to think.
But I don't think...
A snake pretending to be a spider, that's an interesting (and awesome) combo.
I think it's more of an unpopular opinion on here to think seriously cramped enclosures are fine than larger than the recommended size, but that's...
Here's a link with some general tarantula care information.
Exactly. These people seem to think that it's okay to endanger their animals' lives for some reason. I don't understand fascination with communals...
Yes, it's like a liger or mule, it's the offspring of two species.
As far as I know, all T hybrids can reproduce.
There can't be a hybrid between...
I kept topsoil in the bag it came in outside and coco fiber in its bag in a cabinet.
To sum it up, the list of communal Poecilotheria is:
They definitely feel something, whether we'd know it was pain if we felt it, nobody knows.
@VanessaS are you trying to imply that most or all...
I would call this one Octopus.
I thought this article was interesting, about fruit flies feeling chronic pain. Your thoughs?
Ballerina slippered galaxy fuzz bird eater
(A. avicularia M6)
My Avicularia avicularia female molted. On the same day of the month as last time, the 28th, so it's been exactly nine months.
How did it react though?
From my small collection, I'd recommend a Nhandu.
N. chromatus sling
Knife-Fight Orc Adder Mythical Stripe-Legged Birdeater
No idea what species, but that's how common names work.