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Tar

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My s.peerbomi recently died i don't know why though. When I tried to give him/her food she refused so I thought she was going to molt, but she didn't it has been a couple of months now and he/she just passed away. I also gave him/her water and moist the enclosure often.
 
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Chris LXXIX

ArachnoGod
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I'm sorry to hear that, man. I'm a huge genus Selenocosmia fan :-/

Sadly poop happens, and then you die.
 

johnny quango

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Sorry for your loss and I know it sucks right about now but some tarantulas aren't destined to make it I'm afraid that's just a fact and the reason tarantula have so many offspring.

The way I look at things like losing a sling is this, The sling may have only made it a few days in the wild and because you cared enough to give it a home it had a longer life. Hell half the tarantulas talked about in threads on here probably wouldn't have made it in the wild but because of our "interference" they live longer
 

Tar

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Sorry for your loss and I know it sucks right about now but some tarantulas aren't destined to make it I'm afraid that's just a fact and the reason tarantula have so many offspring.

The way I look at things like losing a sling is this, The sling may have only made it a few days in the wild and because you cared enough to give it a home it had a longer life. Hell half the tarantulas talked about in threads on here probably wouldn't have made it in the wild but because of our "interference" they live longer
I respect the way you look at things. It's like even if something unwanted happens there is always a silver lining of some sort to it. Thank you for your concern.
 
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