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Samantha G. - 2011-07-12
I love catching and raising Oklahoman Brown Tarantulas because they are so easy to catch, are very calm and doctile, and are simple to care for. I love showing off to my friends by picking up my "terrorfying" pet, OK Brown, tarantula with my bare hands and its really funny to put the tarantula in a friends face. LOL. If you want to know more about my tarantula and other "savage" pets email me at lonexwolf98@yahoo.com or visit my website at www.lonexwolf.webs.com

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-07-12
    I like your website. I especially like the quote "Every little soul has a purpose." Thank you for sending it to us.
  • Hermes Trismegistus Video - 2015-04-24
    You have marvelous taste.
  • Michael Schauf - 2016-04-07
    I'm working on a school project and was wondering what the predators of the Oklahoma Brown Tarantula are. Please reply quickly if you know.
  • Erich - 2016-07-03
    The number one predator would be the tarantula/pepsis wasp
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Anonymous - 2022-03-29
I have a fish but is it normal fr him to sleep on the bottom of his tank.

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Kenneth - 2022-03-07
You guys give so much infomation!

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Cody - 2021-12-02
Rawr

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Alejandro - 2014-09-09
Hello everyone,about a year and a half I found a Texas brown on my backyard, I figured it because it looks exactly like the one on the picture, except it has darker black legs, but I don't know if its a male or female. When I found it I ran to the store and bought a 10 gallon fish tank and made a pretty decent terrarium, I filled almost 3\4 of it with desert dirt (didn't know if should use sand) for it to dig a burrow, but still I made a big shelter for it, I think the spider is fine, it eats a cricket every week or so and always keep its water dish with fresh water, in a room where the temp is always between 70° and 85°, it loves it, it moves around a lot and is very active at night. It actually just molted, I thought it was dying but it turned out it was molting and finished in about a day; that was 2 weeks ago and I just fed it a cricket, I wanted to let it rest after the molt. So the problem is, the spider is very aggresive, whenever I touch it it will immediately get in a defensive position and raise its front legs, and will bite if touched. I want to know what to do because I want to handle it, I've never done it, but I'm afraid that if it bites me I may drop it and hurt it. Anyone have some advice? I'm also starting to think it may not be comfortable in the terrarium and I'm thinking maybe it is better if I set it free, because it is very aggresive, can you tell me what to do or what I'm doing wrong? This is a wild spider, which I adopted because I was afraid my cat would eat it, as it was in my backyard. Thanks!

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  • Anonymous - 2020-10-23
    yeah it may not be comfratable with its environment do you have a flat surface for it to hid under maybe you to start that instead of trying to pick it up that you may to start trying to pet it first like stroke it .
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Spiderman - 2013-02-22
I have many exotic pets. They enjoy our interactions during feedings. I give them all large cages with live plants and the best possible environment. The less I handle them the happier and more comfortable they become. Why does every pet have to be scratched behind the ear or be taught to say 'polly wants a cracker'. Don't say it's for anybody's safety.

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  • Anonymous - 2019-10-20
    What live plants do you use im loooking to make a tank with live plants for my indian oremental
  • Cody T Clarkson - 2020-05-02
    I would be interested in knowing as well. I imagine plants native to there region.
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Anonymous - 2018-08-19
I have a pink toe and cleaned its cage removing its web along with the bedding , its been almost 3 weeks now and hasn’t even tried to spin a web is this normal? It eats 2-4 crickets a week and , I’m concerned about the web , if I put more bedding in the cage will it burrow? I don’t know any advice would be appreciated!

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  • Erin Bigelow - 2020-03-24
    Hi, pink toe tarantulas are a tree species. They Prefer height and plants.
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KJ - 2018-09-01
I just bought my pink toe tarantula and she hasn’t been eating at all. I have tried getting my little tongs/tweezers and put the cricket near the fangs but it always runs away and tends to get agitated. This is the third day I have had him or her and she hasn’t eaten and I am worried she will die because she isn’t eating or drinking. She is a baby and she is so fun and active but aI am very worried about her. Please help. Btw I am not sure if it is a girl or a boy.

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  • Erin Bigelow - 2020-03-24
    Hi there,have u checked the humidity and temp?
  • Sandro - 2020-05-14
    Hello, mine does the same. Try sticking a half dead cricket on to the web, make sure its stuck but still twitching your avic will find it and eat. I've noticed they get scared of the tongs sometimes. Hope this helps.
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jimmy rudy - 2009-05-27
I absolutely love this Spider. I just received my 1 inch sling today and can't wait to see it grow into one of these incredible blue creatures. Raising Aboreal T's is a wonderful, fun, and relatively cheap hobby. All my animals were captive bred and by raising these spiders, many discoveries are made that benefit the animal.

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  • Billy - 2010-12-28
    I have been searching for a blue Ornamental for years! I was wondering if you know where I could get one, preferably a baby.
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Robbie freeze - 2017-01-12
I have a goliath biRd eater. When I got her several months ago she was eating great. She hasnt ate for about a month now. Temperature in tank is 74 degrees and humidity is around 70 to 80 percent. Any ideas. Is she preparing to molt. She is in a 20 gallon aquarium with lots of peat Moss to burrow in. Thanks in advance!

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  • JOJO - 2019-04-29
    Well, given that she hasn't been eating for a while, I think it's commonplace that she would be molting. You should probably leave her alone and remove the molted exoskeleton asap.
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