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Um can someone tell me the effects of venom and how venomous green bottles r
This must be the first spidervideo I see that has classic beautiful music instead of a dark moody music trying to scare :)
wow u made it so hard :)) nice spider though :3
puuh..cool spider tainer
your just a puss
Rub some substrate on your hand before handling! The clean type! Unless you want some serious itch, of course. ^_^
It's nice to see a T handling vid without death rock blasting in the background - LOL Beautiful T! I'm only toying with the idea of getting a T, but the GBB would be my first pick for a no-handling T - just because of the coloration. I've held a T before at an aquarium. It was as big as my hand, but lighter than a feather. That surprised me. Nice video. Have fun :)
all spider are venomous. just depending on the potency of the venom.
oh my god a MEXICAN RED KNEE =O.
idk why you would say i dont recomend handling tarantulas....alot of them are very nice and are VERY easy to hand like rose hairs, and mexican red knees they RARELY ever bite you.... but if your talking about blondies, and blue cobalts then fuck that those should never be handled.....but your just like scareing people there not bad at all to hold there nice,soft, and cuddly lol
Dance of the green bottle blue! Love the vid, love the music, love the T. Beautiful!!!
They are not venomus ¬_¬. If anything it would be an Alergic reaction. Not venum
actully, i got bite by my juv pocilotheria fascitar right on the finger, this happend 2 days ago when i come back from the pub and thoght it was clever to hold it, it slowly dug its fangs in and i watched it do it and to my amazement nothing happend, it was cleary a dry bite and the next day could barely feel a thing, lucky me, learnt my lesson.
It's hard to say. Usually we don't "age" a Tarantula but rather "size" it. It's because many factors affect the grow rate of a Tarantula so same age, one may be mature while the other is not. Her leg span is around 4.5". My guess is that she's about 2-3 years old. Probably equivalent to 10-15 years old in human age.
And I've also noticed that so many young 'uns like you like to say their age : "I'm only 16 and I've handled so many tarantulas..." etc. So ?... What does age have to do with anything ? A 16-year old who's only had a tarantula for 6 months is the same as a 40-year old who's had a tarantula for 6 months. So think before you talk - it doesn't make a person "gay" because he doesn't handle his spiders the way you do.
I WANT ONE SO BAD!! I WANT A ROSEBUD!! THERE SO AWESOME
ye i no lol
Actually, theyre nice and furry. If you treat them the right way ofcourse.
Test makes an extremely valid point about taking a Green Bottle out of it's enclosure before handling. They tend to be the most defensive/aggressive in their little web-tunnel. I'd have to disagree a little with the speed of a GBB as it comes to in the web, but outside of the web, or in non-defensive situations they do tend to be slower like most new worlds. My Sing blue and Purple Trees are almost always FAST. My Zebra is capable of teleporting rather effectively but doesn't always.
It's really in the handling techniques.
@TINGShappen yea those kinds are like the least dangerous....i mean its close but yea
nice T man : )
i love spiders and have black widows and avic avic and a g rosea, but im also kinda arachniphobic so im shaky when im handling even my little pink toe! so i dont like to handle them cuz i dont want to hurt them or stress them out. this guy is doing it right cuz he is being careful. dont be gay ppl.
handling ts isnt that dangerous. stop trying to big yourself.
@playwithme30 ye ata zoo in england they got out a chile rose which isnt dangerous and let me hold it and i wass 8 years old
Oh well, i'll still handle it lol
lol they really rnt that crazy
Normally I have a great fear of spiders, but this video is touching :)
the handling starts at 3:01 because this guy is being gay and playing with a plastic cover
Such a beautiful girl! (at least it looks female) And there's nothing wrong with the way he's handling the tarantula, as he's not harming her in any way form or fashion. Really, the way to handle a tarantula depends on two things, the spider, and the handler. No two spiders are the same, even among the same species. This one looks a bit nervous, and as the handler is probably used to her quirks, he's handling her in the way that is most comfortable to himself and the spider.
aka the room?
the music keeps em chill ; ) but seriously is this type of tarantula usually agressive? cuz i have a rosehair and its pretty chill and easy to handle i dont take so many precautions like this vid shows
@kingofgrime1 All T's are.
wow he/she is a beauty!! i cant wait till my gbb grow i hope its a girl =]
I am determined to get over my fear of tarantulas...not really working out so well....music kind of scared me
ha i didnt say it was one i was comparasing them both if yu force sank they bite jog on
Very rare for a GBB to be that calm.
Just as a general rule...dont stick your hand in a tarantula cage with a baboon T. lol they are amazing creatures but for some reason they are PURE EVIL. There are obviously exceptions but at LEAST 8 out of 10 owners of them will say they are agressive and suggest that you dont handle them. I learned the hard way when i was new to T's why OBT's are also called "Orange Bitey Things" haha My pal had a starburst baboon T and asked me to pet her....who thinks that was a good idea?
i call this force handling myself if i try to handle a t and it doesnt want to come in my hand i leave it alone not force it on my hand
I just changed the music to something more gentle. Beethoven's Symphony No.5 has always been one of my favorite but I understand some people may find it too heavy. I switched to another Beethoven's piece but it's on piano with a smooth and lighter melody. Youtube takes time to process so the change should be done in 2-3 hours.
Your skin is too warm for it.
Thanks guys. She is one of the sweetest ever. ^_^
what's the name of that song
From what I understand it's sort of like a bee sting.
My 7" A. geniculata flicks a lot of hair and somehow prefers to bite roaches and not my fingers. My C. cyano is extremely mellow. Never flick any hair or bite but will dig out a burrowing B. dubia. But from what I know, that's not common (the never flick hair/bite part).
Oh, and I do NOT recommend handling in any way. My vids were more meant to show how gentle T's can be. Handling T's will not improve your mojo or manhood. In fact, it's a pretty dumb thing to do, kinda similar to sky diving or bungee jumping. And yes, I'm dumb. :D
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