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i am back now guys.
i was wandering would a tarantula eat a frog?
a dumb question i know but i was just curious.
 

Vayu Son

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Tarantulas will eat things. sometimes they will not eat things. This is something you will have to find out for yourself.

However, I know a man who fed his Trinidad Chevron a treefrog, and it ceased to eat anything BUT treefrogs. So all things come with their price.
 

Valael

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Also take into consideration that those things (Usually toads, but you're better safe than sorry =p) can have venom glands that they use whenever they're attacked
 

King_Looey

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These are British frogs he is talking about, small and not poisonous.
 

Mendi

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Yeah Ts of many types will eat frogs when the situation presents itself
 
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i wonder how their nutritional value is to a tarantula? and if you ever try this... I DEMAND PICTURES!!! lol... i think it would look cool.
 
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hehehe

It will probably eat a frog, but like someone mentioned earlier, it might just only take frogs after that, and that to me, would be a pain in the butt. Now if you have a good supply of parasite free frogs, then you could go for it, but they seem much more expensive then crickets, and the ocassional pinkie mouse!
 

Spiderm@n

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i am on about a wild caught common frog, these have no poison glands or nowt, they can't hurt anything apart from a fly, is it ok to feed a curly or a brazilian black this?
 
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