- Sep 21, 2006
“He had spiders so aggressive they are the equivalent of a pit-bull in the animal world.”
Last I checked spiders and reptiles were still animals,so much for their "expert".She said: “He had spiders so aggressive they are the equivalent of a pit-bull in the animal world.”
With WHAT would a tarantula "scoop up" flesh, a shovel? Tarantulas also do not live in webs, not the sort of webs that most people associate with spiders. Sadly, there are people who believe garbage like this, like what is printed in the US counterpart, the "Weekly World News", over what someone who keeps the animals, or someone from the real scientific community like Dr. Bryan G. Frye or Rick West will tell them, when it comes to animals like spiders and snakes. A National Geographic documentary won't carry anywhere near the "weight" as movies like Anaconda or Eight-Legged Freaks when it comes to establishing people's ideas about certain animals."Giant webs draped him, spiders were all over him. They were coming out of his nose and his mouth."
That's one of the most ridiculous things Ive ever read.
"There was everything there one could imagine in the world of reptiles."
I can't imagine what's so bad about that.
"Larger pieces of flesh torn off by the lizards were scooped up and taken back to the webs of tarantulas and other bird-eating spiders.”
I laughed out loud when I read that.
"One tarantula had built a nest the size of a swallow’s in a corner of the ceiling."
Tarantulas don't make nests, let alone in the ceiling!