Oh, Go Bite a Cat!

BigJ999

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Hmm i don't know but i know Aussie T's venom can kill a cat or dog within 30 minutes.
 

Offkillter

Arachnosquire
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O.K. so who would win in a fight between a peanut butter sandwich and a taco.My money's on the taco.
 

BigJ999

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Phlogius crassipes is one of the more well known one's. I don't know of any other aussie T's besides that one.
 

Versi*JP*Color

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ive heard that alot of ts can really do some serious damage to felines and dogs ,these ts , are some of the worst , not in any order

Heteroscodra
stromatopelma:)
pternochilus
poecilotheria
Haplopelma
these are for sure bad boys when your talking potent vemon

read this
http://arachnophiliac.info/burrow/tarantula_dangers.htm
He, my bet's on the taco Pb & J is such a softie.
WAit a second, change my mind.Let's see a taco beat a toasted Pb & J{D
 

Moltar

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Whether or not Poec venom is especially potent to felines (like w/ aussie T's and dogs) may be beside the point. Looking at the effect they can have on a 200lb+ human I wouldn't be surprised if it was fatal just based on body weight of the cat.
 

GPulchra

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Thank you all for the supportive answers. Tarantula venom has definitely been a concern of mine. By the way, definitely Tacos.
 

azgbb

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Ya know, you all suck. . . . . It was a grilled cheese sandwich not a frickin pbj! Sheeeesh guys get your stuff together:D
 

TomM

Arachnobaron of Pennsylvania
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Peanut butter sandwhich, but only if it were a fair fight. If it were prison rules, I'd have to go with the taco.
I've been drinking green tea all G*D-D*MN DAY!
 
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Toirtis

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Whether or not Poec venom is especially potent to felines (like w/ aussie T's and dogs) may be beside the point. Looking at the effect they can have on a 200lb+ human I wouldn't be surprised if it was fatal just based on body weight of the cat.
Got to agree with this.
 
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