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The tarantula in this video is in premolt and you should not handle a tarantula when it is due for a molt.
for some reason I thought he was going to eat it lol @ 2:06
That is one seriously mellow T. The way you handle her makes her look like the spider equivalent of a Ragdoll cat.
OMG I'ts so cute :D
How do you make it not bite?
My dad is so kind! If I write a essay on anything for him he will get me that thing. I once wrote a essay on the titanic, he litterly went and got a under water pic of it and guess what he survived!
thatone started to flick of it's hairs at the end of the video ..
Howcast, if you're going to upload professional instructional videos, you should take feedback given by genuine hobbyists. The squeeze technique practiced by this not-so-gentleman is strongly discouraged within the spider community, and the rough tapping of the opithsoma is completely unnecessary. This video is encouraging new tarantula keepers into potentially injuring their pets.
Can you do the same thing on smaller spiders? Because i have a grass wolf spider and i...i don't want to be bitten...
that one is going to molt ?
I want one
I want a t but my mom won't let me have one any tips??
If I were you holding that tarantula I would have passed out
The end hahaha... I love her, she's beautiful.
Fookin gross dude
This is absolutely NOT how to handle a tarantula. There is no need to be that rough with the animal. Please, if you are looking to handle your tarantulas, consult with some "real" hobbyists for tips and cautions and do NOT try to emulate this cowboy.
iv just brought my first chilean rose hair tarantula they are very relaxed spiders they would rather flick hairs at you then bite but that doesnt say they wont bite. mine is still a Juvenal but never shown any aggression at all only when she does nopt wanna be held she will try to walk away from you, so thats how i know when she cba with me.
I really want a tarantula :D
I got a Guatemalan redrump tarantula I handle him pretty well. Does anyone know they behavior on them? I know little to late to be asking haha
I just bought a rose hair tarantula as my first tarantula ever. Do they tend to rub hairs onto you or bite? Are they a pretty relaxed species?
I could of find that typ
has anyone noticed that some hairs on the spider's abdomen are present at the beginning of the video, but not at the end...
i got a spider a month ago and got bit because i cradled it,guess mine was a asshole or bugs just hate me
I HATE THESE BUT HAVE TO DO A PROJECT
OH MY GOSH!!! I'm too scared to pick up my tarantula like that!!!!
How did it not bite you?
He said it's a peaceful species.
Yet people get snakes as pets....anyway tarantulas are tres cool. Good work Jungle Bob. :-)
Jhon d their fangs fold down
I find the Best way to Handle a Tarantula, is not to fucking pick up the Tarantula
I hate spiders, but that Tarantula is adorable.
OMG I can't even look at one I really don't like spiders
Thats creepy no one adopts spiders as pets
What are you talking about tons of pet shops sell "Tarantulas" ( not just any spiders) so obviously somebody has to be buying them. By the way exotic pets are great I have a Bearded Dragon and I'm sure no one says "that's weird no one has lizards as pets".
YEA BECAUSE I HAVE A PET TARANTULA
Says it's not aggressive when you wrapped your hand around its body and hen its fangs are up against your skin is crazy. HOW IS IT NOT BITING?
i would piss my pants if i were you
It's not creepy it's fascinating, although I'd never get a spider as a pet it's always insightful to know what it's like for people who do own or want one. There are people out there that like Tarantulas as pets. I think its right about the same level as owning a hermit crab, they aren't too useful as a lovable pet but they are something cool to look at, are low maintenance and are a good way of teaching and practicing responsibility for those who need training.