Mexican Red rump

Spinderella123

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My t had been doing laps of her cage now for 45 minutes, she is normaly such a calm and gentle spider but after vacuuming the room she has not stopped climbing the walls trying to escape.

Any ideas on how to calm her down?
 

RMJ

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Shes probably stressed due to the vibrations from the hoover, youd be surprised how sensitive a they can be!.

I wouldn't worry too much :)
 

Spinderella123

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Shes probably stressed due to the vibrations from the hoover, youd be surprised how sensitive a they can be!.

I wouldn't worry too much :)
Was just worried because shes never been effected before and she has been doing it for nearly an hour and a half now but thankyou, will get my boyfriend to check on her when hes hoke
 

TownesVanZandt

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You might try to sing her "Hush, little baby" or another lullaby. It won´t calm the spider down, but you´ll certainly look strange and be a source for amusement to anyone else present.

There´s nothing you can do, just leave her be. The only reason for concern is if the tarantula is housed wrongly, with too much space to climb. Terrestrial tarantulas aren´t too good climbers and a fall from the walls might injure them.
 

Jones0911

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You might try to sing her "Hush, little baby" or another lullaby. It won´t calm the spider down, but you´ll certainly look strange and be a source for amusement to anyone else present.

There´s nothing you can do, just leave her be. The only reason for concern is if the tarantula is housed wrongly, with too much space to climb. Terrestrial tarantulas aren´t too good climbers and a fall from the walls might injure them.

Imagine how you could increase someone's arachnophobia if you were in a horror movie singing to a huge defensive T lol... That'd be great!
 
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