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T bondi Setups and more

Discussion in 'Tarantula Questions & Discussions' started by Zorack, Jun 28, 2004.

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  1. Zorack

    Zorack Arachnobaron Old Timer

    My T bondi is arriving tomorrow and i really need to know what setup to do...

    Do i need plants and deco or is that just for your eyes to make it look pretty
    What temps do they like or is room temp ok

    Post what u can here
  2. Gods, the human race is impatient.. that's why we have wars, gasoline-driven lawnmovers, and frigging cellular phones..anyway, I know the stressed individual is likely to break into a sweat picking out a hopelessly miniscule garnet of information there, an almost irrelevant clump of words there..but TRY! SEARCH, damn you.

    To be constructive as well as judging:

    Big tank, lots of places to hide, suitable plants can be kept therein to help keep humidity up (as well as greet your eyes).
  3. Zorack

    Zorack Arachnobaron Old Timer

    well i ddient want a essay on that god shite, i wanted to know the bare minimum for a T bondi, i aint got the time today to go buy plants and what not, i have a massive bit of wood, some peat and a flower pot
  4. Overmenneske

    Overmenneske Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Then a search would give you all you need. blondi+setup
  5. Ron_K

    Ron_K Arachnopeon

    Maybe you should have done your research before you ordered your spider. Then you would have had plenty of time to do your own search since this information has been discussed plenty of times before.
  6. oogieboogie

    oogieboogie Arachnoknight Old Timer

    It would have taken him a few minutes to do a search.

    But would have taken all of you 1 minute to answer his question.
  7. Mikey_G.Rosea

    Mikey_G.Rosea Arachnosquire Old Timer

    That i agree with oogieboogie.
  8. Mister Internet

    Mister Internet Big Meanie Doo Doo Head :) Arachnosupporter

    Oogie, Mikey, Zorack,

    Yes, an answer woul dhave taken one minute... it would have also taught him that every time he has a question, he should ask first, search later. This needlessly clutters up the boards with redundant information.


    Please do a search through some past threads and ask SPECIFIC questions about something if it's not already been addressed. The day before an expensive animal arrives into your care is NOT the day to be asking about this, really...

    Vys, tone it down man.
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