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I'd love to see a tarantula on a bike.....
my red rump is hiding it barely moves n eats and has burrowed into a corner n hasn't come out
Sure, they're pretty laid back, large enough not to be too delicate, and they're easy to care for.
This is the wrong video but I have a question with avicularia avicularia. What is the smallest/minimal dimensions for its enclosure? At my petstore, there is a 3 in avic in a 12x12x12 maybe larger. It seems pretty big. I prefer deli containers or kritterkeepers.
Like anything with a mouth, yes they can bite. They usually don't, though.
I could imagine a bite from a red rump would be far from pleasant. I know most tarantulas don't have the tendency to bite humans.
do they bike?
think it will be ready to molt. dont feed it or disturb as it could stress it and kill it
Is Red Rump easy too handling ? I found on the internet that it's skittish. Is that true ?
Do you suggest the red rump as a beginner tarantula?
Avics build really neat, intricate webs and do enjoy having some space in their enclosure. You can keep them in a mini critter keeper, and they'd be alive, but if housing a group then at least a 12 x 12 x 12 is needed. I've seen a group of 4 housed in a 20" x 12 x 12" terrarium and they did quite well. It's not ALWAYS a bad thing to give them space!
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