I have a G. Porteri who is a male and does not have an identified age. I've had him for about three months now. He doesn't show signs of maturity. I'm familiar with tarantulas who are near death doing the "death curl". I'm very worried because my tarantula had about three or four of his legs curled under him and the rest were normal. Was he in a death curl or preparing for it? I find it odd that he would die because he doesn't show maturity yet and I give him clean water every day, feed him twice every one-two weeks and I check for mites consistently. He uses a safe coconut substrate. I'm very worried that he's sick. Can anyone explain why some of his legs were curled up underneath him, and is there any way I can fix this? Thank you.