TARANTULA

TARANTULA - Tarantulas comprise a group of very large and often hairy arachnids belonging to the Theraphosidae family of spiders, of which approximately 900 species have been identified. This article only describes members of Theraphosidae, although some other members of the same suborder are commonly referred to as "tarantulas". Most species of tarantulas are not dangerous to humans, and some species have become popular in the exotic pet trade.

following jeis tarantula in the world :
  • Pterinochilus murinus (Orange Bitey Thing)

The African species is nicknamed "Orange Bitey Thing (OBT). In fact, this is the only Old World specie that makes it to the list of the top 10. The reason is that this is a species that OBT can say hardiness and beautiful that is colored black with oren. OBT can survive in any humidity and also you can also leave it on vacation for a month without feeding.

  •  Grammostola rosea (Chilean Rose Hair Tarantula)

Common forms of Color (pink hair, pink carapace) or Red Form Color (bright red hair). Widely considered benign, this species sometimes produce specimen with defensive, even aggressive attitude aka "psycho rosie". T is generally slow (moving and growing), growing about 6 "urticating hair and. Rose Hair is known for hating wet substrate. He will hang on the walls of the cage for days on end until the substrate is dry
  • Brachypelma smithi (Mexican Red Knee Tarantula)

This terrestrial Tarantula \sering seen in the film! T is a beautiful, slow-moving, slow-growing (adult size is about 6 ") and benign. Some specimens will be susceptible to the threat by flicking the hair pretty itchy (stays true to its Brachypelma heritage). He also has no specific humidity requirement but hates wet substrate and not the best eater.
  • Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens (Greenbottle Blue Tarantula)

T is very beautiful with blue-green carapace and legs and black-red/orange-ish hair belly and orange. T this terrestrial but webs as much as one arboreal (though some arboreal don't web at all). This species does not tolerate high humidity which can cause stress and even death. GBB can reach 6 ". T is moving fast enough and quick to flick the hair which is very itchy. This species eats very well.
  • Acanthoscurria geniculata (Brazilian Giant White Knee Tarantula)

T it can grow quickly to a range of 8 "big feet with great body you will find Your genic always hungry and ready to eat, perhaps the most hungry species in the top 10 this, has no specific humidity requirement but seems to be enjoying a bit of drizzle is one of the best. The species as a display Tarantula because it doesn't understand the concept of hiding and have no problem hanging out in the open, regardless of the many eyes staring at him. This species likes to flick the hair very itchy if there is interference.
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