Have you seen this show? (link)

pixi14369

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ummm...what show..and what does it have to do with T's or any other spiders??




(edit:) ahh now it is working.........before it took me to a store selling trading spaces momorabilia
 
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TheSpiderHouse

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Originally posted by pixi14369
ummm...what show..and what does it have to do with T's or any other spiders??
If you click the link.. its a show about spiders and bears (which is a strange combo). No, I haven't seen it.
 

pixi14369

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umm i clicked it and it took me to the discovery channel store
 

extrovertinvert

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ive seen it its mostly about T. blondi and a few other spiders have cameos I wouldn't recomend buying it. just wait for it to come on tv again
 

Mendi

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I seem to remeber the show, though I don't remember bears... they must have not made that much of an impression or there are too many other shows with bears. I do recall Nigel letting a King Baboon walk over his face while he sweated from a case of the nerves though. I would rate the show as ok
 

TheSpiderHouse

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pixi, yeah it takes you to the discovery channel store.. where they are selling a video on spiders and bears.

LOL Mendi.. Nigels lost it!
 

Steve Nunn

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This show actually involves Rick West, who is Nigel's guide in the hunt for T.blondi. What wasn't publicsized was that Marvin suffered a horrific rash for quite a long period after letting the mature male blondi crawl over his face. He also copped a dose of urticatious setae to the eyes. Nice footage of the king baboon in it's natural habitat and an interesting section on eating Thai T's.

Steve
 

Kali

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lol! thank you , steve. this brought some kind of rewarding insight into an otherwise redundant documentary;P

Kristin
 
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