So one of my little 3/4" slings is extremely skittish. All I have to do is just barely touch its enclosure and it starts kicking hair like crazy.
Rarely seen,with her never. She was recently mated,she has now twice in matter of hours gone to the water dish drank and gone to the hide and repeated
Ok question....How do I go about finding an M. Balfouri sling? its just under 1 inch. I rehoused him last night, and this morning hes no where to be found!
There are some great older threads here on the topic but I wanted to start a new one.
I recently came across the quote below and thought
Dont see this much in the USA! It was an incredibly fast gestation and she looks like she is still fat haha.
Thanks everybody for the discussion so far.
I'm sure many have seen this video, but I'd like to post it. Curious about peoples opinions on
I don't think that what hawkings stated applys to a tarantulas intelligence in any way...IMO there driven by instinct and survive solely on that..the"
My little G. pulchra has tried sinking its fangs in my finger 2 times now and it's less than 1'' leg span. Not to mention it goes ballistic when I touch
I've only had it for three weeks. It's in a little stacker box like the other 4 slings. It has made a little burrow in a corner that it likes to hide
This thread has definitely reminded me of the reasons I'm not ready for an OW. Thanks guys!
One must know in advance that Dr. Hawking (for all his genius) turned away from biology to become first a physicist, then a mathematician, then a cosmologist