Advertisement So I had the most bizarre experience walking into my tarantula room tonight. Haven't been in there all day, and after the Bucks game tonight I decided to go in and do a quick rounds as I usually do at least once a day. I opened the door to have my hand greeted with webbing. Immediately I assumed the tiny escaped Avic that is roaming to room somewhere had made it home by the door. As I looked I saw nothing, then on the door handle I start going through a towel and bandana I had hanging there from the dog assuming that little Avic was amongst the cutter. Much to my shock, instead I found my sub adult 3.5" B. cabocla, sitting there. Amazed, not only that it was found so easily, but that it was out, I assumed I must have done something stupid like left the lid open. However, upon inspection I found its kritter keeper in total lockdown. The top was on tightly, the door on top was clicked on tightly, yet somehow this magic tarantula manage to get out and I can't make any sense of how it did this. I had just fed it yesterday and when I looked last it was eating a superworm in this locked enclosure. Do cabicla have teleportation powers or something? So not only a baffling escape but it's shockingly easy find and return. Anybody ever had this happen with a kritter keeper before? I wonder how long it was roaming, as it made it down off the display case, to the door, and oddly made its self comfortable vertically on the door.