Thirsty

ballpython2

Arachnoprince
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Some of yall never see your T's drinking water...so what did I do to help you guys/ gals out?...I got pictures of my GBB (Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens) drinking some water...this is rare still footage because I usually NEVER see my T's near their water bowls:



 

verry_sweet

Arachnobaron
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Here are a few of my guys and gals

B. smithi




A. avic


G. rosea


Steph
 

jr47

Arachnobaron
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ive started putting water in my cages again. i figure i would rather put it in and they not use it then make them do without. it really isnt that much work to keep them watered.
 

The Red Queen

Mrs. TarCan
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We give water dishes to all of our adult tarantulas, but not juveniles and spiderlings and they are completely healthy. IME if you keep the humidity in the substrate at the optimal level, a tarantula will not need a water dish. Frankly, it is rare for a tarantula in the wild to have access to open water (especially true desert species), so they depend more on ambient humidity inside of their hides/burrows.
 
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