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where do grammostolas live?
 
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Can I have a wild spider as a pet if I catch one in my house?
 
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I had a 'pleasure' of talking with tarantula hater 'tis morning. Have you ever dealt with peeps that fear t's and REALLY think they shouldnt be pets just because of 'tis fear? What did you tell 'em or what would you tell 'em if you met such personas?
 
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If a spiders loses a leg, will a new one grow?
 
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Hi, my question is short: what species make the most popular pet spiders?
 
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What time of the day is best to feed my tarantula? Morning or evening? Thank you.
 
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A week ago I got a spider - Aphonopelma Seemanni. He's about 4-5 months age, I'm trying to give him Zophobas morio but he refuses to eat it. What's wrong? Are they too big for him or he's not fully adapted to the new home? Please advise.
 
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Is it possible that a Smithi eats his own front legs?? He's been doing some odd movements as if he bites them! What can it be??
 
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hi there, i have a question to those who have pet scorpions. why did you choose this species? why did you want to get exactly a scorpion? please share you thoughts.
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the problem is that he refuses to eat or eats very little. even if he eats something he can throw it up in a while, it's happened 2 times already. he sleeps most of the day... if anyone can give me advice i'll be grateful.
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HI all I'm a newbie in spider keeping so I hope for your understanding and advice. I bought an adult Grammostola Rosea, the abdomen is about 5-7 cm. He's big, gorgeous, and he used to walk on my hands with pleasure. The only problem in the beginning was that he refused food for quite a while but it was OK eventually. Then, I watched on YouTube how Grammostolas deal with mice, and since I wanted a show (shame on me), I bought him a mouse! The result was quite unexpected - the spider was shocked and took an aggressive pose. Two months have passed since that but... he's still aggresive to everything I try to do in his tank, whether it's changing the water or cleaning. I'm afraid he'll bite my hands one day. For this reason I don't even handle him anymore. When he's in the tank he's quite calm. So my question is, will this aggression remain throughout his life or the character can change? I bought him because I had read Grammostolas are docile and I do want to handle him!
 
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If you have a spider phobia, please do not watch it!
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Hello all! I have a Chromatopelma L8, he's been living with me since March. He has had 2 sheddings and his appetite has always been great. I keep him at 24-30C and 60-70% humidity. The problem now is that the spider hasn't been eating for about 3,5 weeks already, always sits in his shelter even though he had been actively exploring his tank before. I can see him move from time to time but he doesn't come out. I tried to feed him twice, with 1 week interval, but he refused. What can it be? Is he preparing for his 3rd shedding? The two previous times this process didn't take so long. I wish I could post his picture but he's in his shelter all the time so no pics for now. Thanks in advance!
 
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A few months ago I bought 2 tarantulas of the same age. They were nail size. I was keeping them in exactly the same conditions but one of them is twice as large as the other now. The bigger one sheds once a month and has a very good appetite and the smaller one sheds once in two months and usually eats without much enthusiasm. Why is that so?
 
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My Acanthoscurria geniculata managed to escape from his tank after 3th or 4th shedding. I've tried to search everywhere in the tank but haven't found him. Is there any sense to keep searching in the flat? He's very tiny and I suppose I won't even notice him.
 
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