I have several ***s and recently bred 200 young so will give you some
advice if i can, but im no expert, but i hope my hands on exp. will help.
First, your worried about a bite, well i have only been bitten once, out of
100's of times held, you could of course wear some gloves the first couple
of times, but its just a case of gently trying to get the T to walk on your
hand, it may seem a little startled at first, but with patience should be
IF bitten, the sting is eq. to a bee sting, but then some people are
allergic to them, but i have never known anyone being hurt by one.
I feed mine about once a week, a also have a small water dish too, and a
hide, you will know what temp and humidity level to have and you have to be
carful of mould and damp.
Please dont be afraid of the T, just respect it, you will find it a
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What do the numbers mean when next to reptiles?
I have 1.3.0 Leopard Geckos, a total of 4
1=Males.2=Female 0=unkown sex M.F.U
Green Iguana's 1.1.0 Leopard Gecko's 1.3.0
Bearded Dragon 1.1.0 N. American Pine Snake 1.0.0
Frog eyed Geckos 0.4.0 African Rock Python snake 0.1.0
Chilean Rose Tarantulas 1.2.0
Madagascan Hissing 3.10.100? Cuban 0.0.20
8 Zaire Millipedes 0.0.4
2 Giant African Land Snails and Arthur the dog!!
> Hi, I just got my first tarantula and it is a rose hair. I was told it
> alittle one the aggessive side and once an scorpion got in it cage at the
> pet store and the tarantula won. He does seem very aggressive to me, but
> am still in no hurry to handle it. Anyone have any sugeestions for a
> Thanks for your time,