Derpy Tarantula Picture Thread

Ungoliant

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Husband: Go look at Dozer through the top of her cage.

[I look through the top opening but don't see anything.]

Husband: No, through the ventilation slots.

Bulldozer, my 3.5" Grammostola pulchra, restless after being rehoused, discovers the ceiling.
 
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The Grym Reaper

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Husband: Go look at Dozer through the top of her cage.

[I look through the top opening but don't see anything.]

Husband: No, through the ventilation slots.

Bulldozer, my 3.5" Grammostola pulchra, restless after being rehoused, discovers the ceiling.
I caught my AF L. difficilis doing the same recently
 

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Husband: Go look at Dozer through the top of her cage.

[I look through the top opening but don't see anything.]

Husband: No, through the ventilation slots.

Bulldozer, my 3.5" Grammostola pulchra, restless after being rehoused, discovers the ceiling.
'heeeeere's Dozer!
 

Leila

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"I approve of this plastic plant, mom. Nice view from up here."
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A little sad because he's mangled, but my MM Harpactira dictator looks like a huntsman. IMG_2060.JPG

Kinda derpy, but not as good as Wile. E. Coyote.
 

Thekla

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Recently I see my H. sp. blue peru (or whatever he is :p) literally hanging out in front of his hide (that he never uses!), like a living curtain. :wacky:

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"You shall not pass!"


So, let me see in what ridiculous or funny positions your Ts are hanging out? :D
 

BC1579

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There's something about a tarantula, any tarantula, face-first into their water dish. I think it's the cutest thing ever.
 

WolfSoon

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This isn’t strange since it’s just ‘waiting for prey’ mode, but I still find it cute to see my versicolor splayed out just above the substrate like this. When he comes out this far I know it’s really time to feed him.

Also, if I can (jokingly) anthropomorphize for a moment, in this photo he seems to be pondering his old discarded face. :p

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