Mice have wrong nutrients, better would be frogs, roaches, big locusts, crickets etc. It is also important to feed you feeders with high quality food.yes she was like this when i bought her i have only had her for a week and i was askin cause i assumed freeding her smaller mice would help fatten her up really quick
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sorry i have a small vocabulary and invert is?
this is not my first rodeo son i have plenty of t's i know about heat and humidity the eating habits though is what i was laking infromation on about the theraphosaJolsen91,
I strongly suggest you to buy this book, read it and come here with more questions;
It's easy to read, cheap and it would make you learn the basics. Written by Sam Marshall, a biologist that knows a lot about Theraphosa. Although it's kind of old book, is still good for a start.
I think you should have done research before getting this tarantula species, since they are a bit more delicate than most terrestrial NW species such as Grammostola, Brachypelma, Acanthoscurria, etc... but anyway, I hope the tarantula will be ok.
and please, moisten that substrate!!
a simple post on here and ill find information i need oh wait thats what i did and i got the info i needed imagine thatToo dry and too skinny. A simple search an you will find more than enough info on caring for theraphosa.