The P.regalis project....

AllenG

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um:? I am trying to sense sarcasm...but I am not sure I can, but he looks like he is outside the tank?
 

si_sleaf

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He is outside the tank. I just thought it looked a bit funny with the fish right behind him. Note the;) smilies.
 

AllenG

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ok phew...or i was going to be like..WHOA...

i have heard of some spider/tarantula (not sure which it was...) but I heard something like it can survive underwater for like 24 hrs or something....saw it on TV i think...but i was like DANG...now a T that can submerge...hahaha....next thing you know he will be swimming in the toilet when he gets out...lol!
 

Palespider

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I've never actually seen it, but a lot of people say that H. gigas can swim. And a dealer (can't remember which) told me that he's seen slings actually completely submerge themselves in a water dish when scared.

I sure would like to see that :p

Jim B.
 

Lopez

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LOL, now that would be something worth seeing.

Apparently Atrax robustus can go into a form of "stasis" when they fall into swimming pools etc for many hours.
Then someone scoops it out thinking it's dead, and surprise surprise gets bitten.
 

Longbord1

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on that T documentary that im hopeing u all saw on disc. channel there was a A.Avic that jumped into the water and was swimming
 
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