Advertisement Hello! I received my first ever Tarantula sling earlier this week and no matter how much research and videos I watch on the matter I still find myself anxious with a lot of questions and no one to ask so I made my way here. I currently have a B. Smithi sling approx. 1 inch in size. It's made itself a little burrow under some cork bark I have pressed up against the side for it's home which is all fine and dandy. I've put a water bottle cap with some water on top of light misting once when I set up the enclosure to keep the humidity good and hydrated. Is it a good sign if the enclosure has some light condensation on the sides? Does that signify a good humidity level or too much? As far as food goes, it's rump is bigger than the carapace so I'm not sure if it was fed before mail travel or not. I've tried to feed it a pre killed tiny roach about it's size and it's not interested. The roach has been there for only 24 hours left untouched. I've read that it's somewhat normal that slings usually don't eat for awhile as they're adjusting to their new environment but also read that some eat right away. It's also moved the roach carcass several times as every time I check it's in a different spot than last? Is that normal? Thank you for reading all this, I'm sure anxiety is common in new tarantula owners and I genuinely appreciate any responses.