This Is What Happens When A Parahybana Meets an Usumbara (T-eating-T pics, fyi)

RugbyDave

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I came across this webpage:

http://jrscience.wcp.muohio.edu/html/tarantulas.html#psycho2
"hay's tarantula page"

I'm sure many people have seen this site before, but its a really cool site about T's in the lab... VERY cool pics and vids and info.... You never really get to see this part of T research, you know..

so here's 2 pics

check out the page, its cool!
peace,
dave

--->>>>>> AGAIN, IN CASE ANYONE DOESN'T WANT TO SEE A T EATING ANOTHER T, LEAVE THIS POST, i guess <<<<<<----
 

RugbyDave

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this is also a part of 'wild-T-life' that we don't get to see (unless youre a field researcher, etc...)...


its odd, since i've never seen a T eating another one. Kind of interesting.

Just like the first time you see 2 T's mating, or see your first M die after he matures... its a very intimate and hidden part of life to everyone else! I suppose since we are the T-keepers, we see more of that, but still.. even seeing 2 Ts mate is ALWAYS interesting to see (from drum to run!).

alright enough of me!
peace
dave :)
 

jwb121377

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This why I hate the idea of a divided cage, because mistakes can and do happen. Why chance losing a pet to save a few dollars or a little space? It just doesn't make any sense to me.
 

RugbyDave

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exactly! How bout not getting a T till we got afford a cage, huh :)

peace
dave
 
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