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I got some new pics of my Desert Tarantulas at feeding time yesterday. Next year I really want to expand my invert collection to include at least a couple of widows, some wofspiders and a recluse or two. But for now here are my two Ts



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I like spiders. Yours are really cool.

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Crazy! Spiders are not my thing, but I can see the appeal to the tarantulas. The recluse tho... Can't imagine keeping a venomous spider! Living where they're native, we were always terrified of them. My grandmother had one living in her kitchen, right above her table, and we had to argue with her to boot it back outside lol You're very brave and must really love your spiders, so kudos to you! I love how there's always room for different animals in people's home and how people can have such a passion for an animal most people dislike



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I would never keep a Brown Recluse, omg! They are starting to be found in my home Province, BC, and I just can't imagine being bitten by one of them. I mean, they cause flesh eating disease. :S
Sorry, not a spider person, lol.



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Er...what do they eat? LOL




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I believe the ones in the college unit I was working with ate locusts

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Yeah, they eat crickets. Would probably eat superworms and such too.



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