T drinking

padkison

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I supply my Ts with water dishes, but have never seen them actually drinking until now. Aphonopelma bicoloratum.

 

Syngyne

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Hmm... I wonder if I'd catch Tonkers drinking more often if I gave her Snapple too. :)

Edit: I suppose I should add actual content to this post.

 

Heather

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Here is my little Sig enjoying a nice long drink after being shipped to me!

 

NBond1986

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nice!

It seems that I always see my T's when they decide to drink. Maybe I'm just lucky, and catch em at the right time.
 

JMoran1097

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i remember when i first got into T's, my A.Avic was drinking from his water dish and I thought it had drowned because it was dead still. I kinda prodded it a little bit and the damn thing reared around and attacked the stick. Then I figured out that they breathe from an area under the abdomen. DUH!
 

NBond1986

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i remember when i first got into T's, my A.Avic was drinking from his water dish and I thought it had drowned because it was dead still. I kinda prodded it a little bit and the damn thing reared around and attacked the stick. Then I figured out that they breathe from an area under the abdomen. DUH!
LOL

hahaha, we all have those first learning experiences! fun though.

Avics sure do drink a LOT
 

NBond1986

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dunno about you.....but that's how mine are.

i make "ArachnoBrew" just for them.
 

jr47

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i remember when i first got into T's, my A.Avic was drinking from his water dish and I thought it had drowned because it was dead still. I kinda prodded it a little bit and the damn thing reared around and attacked the stick. Then I figured out that they breathe from an area under the abdomen. DUH!
my daughter and i were checking out my h. gigas on one of her rare showings and she told me that she had something wrong with her cause she had holes in her underside. i paniced and had her show me. she was quite surprized that they had lungs in their butt as she put it.
i have only seen one of my t's in the water dish the whole time ive had them. usually all i see is them with their front legs in the water. my rosea will set for hours with just the tips of her legs in the dish.
 

Amanda

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I'll dive in!

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