Web Exclusive: Tarantula surprise - Wild Burma: Nature's Lost Kingdom - BBC Two
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It looks like an unknown Chilobrachys species of tarantula, but am pretty confident its indeed a Chilobrachys genus just by the looks of it.
It's still #spiderSunday somewhere on the planet! Today's lesson: do not go playing with animal poop, at least not without protective gloves! Flash Gordon moment eek!! Hopefully they just captured her/him for identification purposes so the correct antivenin could be administered (to the human), and s/he was released back into the wild.#savethespiders #spidersareawesome !!!I heart spiders <3
Ah young padawan, best check with torch and then probe with forceps into holes in the jungle floor ... but glad you had a collecting vial and knew that such beautiful tarantulas arn't dangerous ... and could be an interesting new species
That was such a noobish move to put your hand in unknown hole...if it had been an old world tarantula species, the consequences could have been serious.
Well.. if you will go sticking your hand down a hole in the jungle.
glad he got bit, what a stupid man.
Aww! I have nine tarantulas as pets, they are probably my favorite animal! ^_^
...so, what I'm going to do...is carefully sneak up behind him and JAM my thumb up it's butthole!
That was pure stupidity, you are no expert.
That's why you don't stick your hands down dung wholes kids
I feel like eventually the BBC will succeed in putting 'Wild' in front of every place on Earth and making a documentary about it.
Did he put it back?
what a mug.
You put your hand down it's hole and it bit you so you decide to capture it? wtf
he didn't capture it out of vengeance, its common sense to capture the spider that bit you for correct identification if it happens to be venomous even thought it was clearly a tarantula and didn't pose any real danger
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