Vietnamese died

invertepet

Arachnolord
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Lost a Vietnamese pede today - Just 2 days of not-quite-dripping-wet and WHAM, looks like it had dessicated for weeks--- I know I don't need to reiterate this, but you need to keep these things dripping wet. The "dry" period was hardly 48 hours. Don't let this happen to you (it was the big one that ate the mouse, too).

And as the winter months roll in, it gets tougher to maintain humidity in dry houses with the heater on!

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Alonso99

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Sorry to hear about your loss, was it the one in the video??
 

Alonso99

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He seemed so feisty and alive, guess humidity is a lot to their keeping
 

Henry Kane

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Sorry to hear it. Yeah, you can't let them go for even a day or you'll be finding them dead left and right. :(


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petitegreeneyes

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Sorry to hear about your loss and thanks for the new info. I am going to make sure mine are almost dripping just to be safe!
 
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