Can I give my T a special snack every now and then? Like a worm or betel of some sort?
Maybe look those up.I have heard they like earth worms. Obviously you want to make sure its from a safe source, raised for feeding
Thanks for the tips! I will definitely not be feeding her a quail chick, as I would personally have a mental breakdown if I did haha. What about those chunky green worms that you feed to most pet frogs?When your T is full grown you can feed live pinkie mice once or twice a year as a special treat; larger species can also be fed small house geckos or something even larger, for example I have given my Lasiadora parahybana adult female a newborn quail chick on her birthday. Just be aware that your T will dump the remains somewhere in their enclosure and if you don't pull it out quickly it'll start to stink VERY quickly.
Those are called horn worms, and yes, you can feed those as a treat. All of my Ts love them (except for my slings, I dont give them horn worms) and they're great to use if a T needs some extra plumping up as well. I just make sure I get a variety of sizes.Thanks for the tips! I will definitely not be feeding her a quail chick, as I would personally have a mental breakdown if I did haha. What about those chunky green worms that you feed to most pet frogs?
It's about knowing the right people."when I am able to get my hands on one" Hahaha. I am curious as to how one would possibly catch a wild pigeon lol.
At 11:23 is my T blondi, "Goliath Bird eater."I feed my Goliath Bird Eater a pigeon when I'm able to get my hands on one.
Grammostola rosea "Chilean rosehair"...no Theraphosa in that film.At 11:23 is my T blondi, "Goliath Bird eater."
I had some issues with the neighbors when it escaped once.
Tarantula (Also Known As: Tarantula!) is a Horror, Sci-Fi film directed by Jack Arnold and written by Robert M. Fresco. It was released on 20 February 1956 (Sweden). It stars John Agar, Mara Corday, Leo G. Carroll. The film's content : A spider escapes from an isolated desert laboratory...ww4.0123movie.net
I stand corrected. It was just so big and scary that I thought it HAD to be a Goliath bird eater. Look at it! It's bigger than your hand! I think it grabbed a vulture perched on the power line too. Now THAT'S a SNACK.Grammostola rosea "Chilean rosehair"...no Theraphosa in that film.