You think your dubia enclosures are escape-proof?

micheldied

Arachnoprince
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What's it holding?



The story: This dehaani (my biggest) shot out of her tunnel while I was misting her enclosure last night. I ended up chasing her across the room and she took shelter where we kept a table top.
Pulling out the table top revealed the pede, as well as an unfortunate dubia (Also an escapee...) that the pede CAUGHT while on the run.:clap:

So, think your dubia enclosure is safe? Better check again!;P




This isn't a HUGE pede, but this KK is 9 inches wide at the top...
 
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BQC123

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Just keep some free range centipedes around the house. Keeps escapees and rodent numbers under control.
 

Moltar

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The problems I've had with escaping dubs is that they sometimes escape from the tarantula's enclosure if they aren't eaten right away. This is why I try not to feed off any mature females... just in case.

Strangely enough, they always seem to find their way into my bathroom, I guess it's the humidity in there... behind the toilet.
 
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