well, good for you. you apparently stupided onto the right combo of conditions... but if you read breeding reports and lit in general you will find out that it is not always that easythis is almost funny. to begin with it takes no education to put two spiders in a tank and watch them doink. i bought my first spider and it made a sack. i wasnt sure what to do cause i knew nothing about it. well they hatched, i fed them, they grew. and by the way, out of the 205 i put in containers i lost only 7. from what i have gathered that is really good.
and out of the 7 i kept. 2 years later they are still doing very well. so obviously its pretty easy to take babies. put them in jars or whatever. drop in some food now and then and watch them grow. doesnt take years of experience or a college degree.
I'm not overly concerned with validating myself here. more so to people that feel the need to get on here and call names and try to prove they are better than others.well, good for you. you apparently stupided onto the right combo of conditions... but if you read breeding reports and lit in general you will find out that it is not always that easy
you aren't doing much to validate yourself as a font of knowledge here my little friend
and i guess i got to explain/note every little thing i take as general assumptions when I'm talking with my friends of people at work but... a single data point a trend does not make
HAHAHAHAH.....good thing I already know you wouldn't actually mean something like that.......LOLOLOLOL
Yeah....and some of those kinky tarantulas.....they might just plain like it!Kaliningrad;897693 said:]
When handling Tarantulas. you have to factor in S.H.S*, it may affect some tarantulas in a negative way, others it might have no effect.
*sweaty hand syndrome
Deer are a prime example of animals that the smallest bit of stress they keel over and die, so you're shocked now? Pick up a baby deer if you find one, or an injured adult deer and i guarantee you it'll die within minutes or hours due to the stress.The fact that the tarantula can become stressed in some manner is natural.
Its a natural part of life, and stress is a factor every organism faces during its life. The body has a tolerance to stress, i would be shocked to hear of any animal that would die purely because of the stress endured from being picked up once..ESPECIALLY When the creature isnt even aware of the fact of what has picked it up, or what its walking on... living or not?