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How are you giving a tutorial when you don't know what you're doing?Where to start....All that moisture is unnecessary. They live in the desert so a shallow water dish is all they need for water. Rosie's like dry substrate. Most will avoid waking on a damp service. That fog machine is not necessary.T's handling should be down to a minimal. They don't like to be handled, they only tolerate it. Handling causes them stress and she's walking on you to try to find a surface she is familiar with. They have bad eyesight.
Oh Golly! I love your video when the tarantula touched you. I feel for you. They spook me too. great audio lots of views.
only a matter of time before of these two idiots drop the spider and it will die. You have purchased this animal as some sort of dare to yourself or to impress your friends, obviously.
You've gotta reflect the conditions the T comes from. Rose Hairs come from near desert conditions in Chile, so humidity and wet substrate are BAD. Venezuelan Pink Toes come from the tropics, however, and enjoy that high humidity. There's no formula for tarantulas. Each species has very different needs and interests...
Video's like this make me so angry and should be taken down! Pretty much all the advice given in this video is wrong, and potentially harmful for the tarantula. Instead of making videos on subjects you clearly know nothing of, how about you take ten minutes from being intentionally crusty, and maybe do some research? I find it ironic that someone with the name 'Earthling', would precariously hold a tarantula at potentially lethal heights, whilst laughing like a moron!
bottom heat is also bad... t's burrow to escape heat.
I stopped watching when he said it wasn't very poisonous.
why would you get a tarantula if your too scared to even handle it enough to put her in the cage… oh well
holly f**k STONERS lol
You Should not be having a tarantula if your afraid to even hold it! Grow some balls.
you cant get more wrong than here.they are dry, not moist. tap water is fine.its Chilean Rose not rosehair chilean
Misting the substrate is unnecessary, they're fine as long as there exists a water dish in the terrarium. And, handling them is the most retarded thing one can do to a tarantula, you can only irritate them by doing so.
Mist is bad for rosies, they need it basically bone dry. That may be why she's clinging to the cage walls.
Obviously you have no idea on how to house a G Rosea before everyone goes and buys Ts do your research this vid makes me sick
dam that chick is HOT ^_^
Terrible information...1) Not all rosies burrow.2) Bone dry, no moisture.3) 70-80 degrees F. I keep mine at room temp (anywhere from 65-70).
That T is GORGEOUS!!!And Obviously DOCILE as heck...Dude, learn to handle her properly and I mean C'mon.. Let her be a Friend. She'd rather not bite You didnt You Know that?
This advice is rubbish, roseas HATE moisture of any kind generally and will climb the glass to avoid it. A rosea would HATE this enclosure.Just finished and have to agree with alot of other commenters. This video is bullshit through and through. G. roseas need it cool and BONE dry. Tap water does not make spiders sick. You don't mention they will regularly go months without eating. Also, when it's quite clearly your first T, don't mess it around handling it.
when i tried to push my tarantula he turned around and had a look like "what dude, WHAT"
first off you need to learn about your tarantula before you start telling someone else how to set up a enclosure..
They don't needs heating pads. They can live well in 65 to 70 degrees. very small heat pads can be used if you live in very cold regions where winters are cold. These tarantulas are nocturnal so they come out when it is cold at night, hiding from the heat and the sun during the day. They don't needs a lot of humidity, about 70 max, and they certainly want no moist environment. The mystifier is by far the worst thing you could use for these. Even many snakes and other reptiles couldn't live with those things. They are for tropical reptiles only, these are tarantulas from desert regions that are very dry. They only need 2-3 crickets a week and as they get closer to complete maturity they eat less frequently. A great video if not for all the bad advice that could end up leading beginners astray. People like you should be reading a book or two on tarantula care for this specific species before buying them. All tarantulas have completely different requirements depending on the species, so it's important to know the specific needs of that particular species. . They only need 2-3 crickets a week and as they get closer to complete maturity they eat less frequently.
Wow, she's very beautiful! I love spiders. Really considering getting one.
She's docile like a calm rose hair, but she seems to be too big for a rose hair. Either that or she's just freakin' huge for a rose hair.
Poor spider. Those two idiots have to take care of you... THEY CAN'T EVEN HOLD YOU...
Why would you get a pet that you're A) Afraid of. And B) Know nothing about? I dont even like spiders and I know this is all bullshit.
Great job handling for the first time! A lot of people will jerk if the T moves and drop them.That's brings me to one thing though, PLEASE, from now on when you handle your T, have your arm/hand over something that's only a few inches down, or better yet, have your arm on a flat surface. Having your T up in the air isn't a good idea because if they fall, even a short distance, their abdomen can internally burst and they will bleed to death.
And your tarantula is gonna die
You're a moron. Seriously you don't need a pet tarantula
HOW ABOUT NO
I have a small rose hair
lol way too humidity for the G.rosea.
This advice is BAD! Rosie's hate humidity, you don't have to have a heat mat and most people avoid lamps completely as they can 'fry' your spider! They hate all moisture, the only humidity they wouldn't mind is the tiny amount that comes from the water bowl! Please please please don't handle your spider this way, not only is he scaring the spider but he's risking its life, if she was to fall she would be dead, especially from that height! Rosie's burrow usually in the outside environment but rarely in captivity! They're a very docile species... Don't mist or spray their tank, the life expectancy of a male is 5-7 years and females 15-20+, this species haven't been in captivity long enough to know the exact life expectancy as they were only really popular as pets in the late 90's! All tarantula owners will vary on what they do for their spider as they're all different in species, personality, likes and dislikes, do a lot of research for solid information :)
popping my t cherry tomorrow. looking forward to it.... ill probably freak out. check out " howcast tarantula " on you tube. he has the best advice for t's.
she doesn't even have a hide :/
First turtles and fish, the STPs, then hedgehogs and birds, then Hermit crabs, and now tarantulas. You are cool
female can live to 30 years. my rose is 24 year old
You shouldn't flip the little tank the T was in that could hurt it and also stress it out.
Chilean Rose Hairs are reluctant to bite, they're the kind of spider to run rather than fight. Id recommend one to someone who is starting out with caring for a tarantula.
That cage is to big. Usually if a cage is that big the tarantula gets pretty stressed out and if she crawls up the cage and fall, she can end up hurting her.
Your a dumbass
you should have a pet fly!lol!
im 12 years old and i held a pink toed tarantula and a rose hair their both very calm u shouldn't be scared -Gabe(marie is my great grandmother)
That's a big spider...
Who's gonna keep this monster in his home?
why did yuou buy her if ur afraid to touch her... idiot
cool but will they crawl up on u?:(
Do never ever keep Chilean Rose T's on damp substrate! Geez! I'm an absolute beginner and I do know that Chilean rose hair T's hate nothing more than moisture inside their tank. When they climb up the glass and stay there, it's the best indication they're trying to flee from it. Do us a favor and delete your video because you give wrong advice to probably so many beginners who don't read thru this comment section just watching the video!