- Apr 13, 2015
I did not, that is you assumption. Read the sentence that comes before the last one, as is intended, and you will maybe figure it out. Or just keep is out of the context to fit your agenda of what kind of person I amYou insinuated that we had better be nice to you or else you might stop recommending Arachnoboards to your viewers.
Yeah, makes sense, although I was mostly referring to small pieces of dirt with mold on it that were on the actual tarantula.@petkokc - just a short note about mold, because that was in the video, too.
If you want to prevent mold from spreading you should NOT blow on it. Mold spores are very light weight and will stay in the air for days. Every air movement, like from walking around, will whirl them further, until they will find their way through the ventilation holes into the next enclosure. If there are mold spores on the tarantula (unlikely, to say the least) just let them be, they have no chance of taking hold.
Mold is generally harmelss but can be annoying, I admit, but blowing on it is about the best way I can think of to spread it everywhere.
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