Curly Hair Tarantulas: What You Need To Know About The Burrowing Spider Native To Central America (And Why They'Re So Cute)
The curly hair tarantula is a ground-dwelling, burrowing spider. It is native to Central America. Curly hair tantulas are calm, hardy, and easy to care for. They require housing that mimics their natural habitat and live prey. They are solitary animals and shouldn't even be living with other spiders of their species. They can kick hairs off their abdomens that irritate a person's skin and cause damage if they get in your eyes. A 5- to 10-gallon tank with a secure, ventilated lid is suitable for curly hair tantula. The bite typically causes a local reaction in people that's similar to a bee stinging. Some people with allergies to the venom have more serious reactions. Young spiders need feedings every two to five days. Tarantulas get most of their hydration from their food. Tarantula typically don't have many health problems when put in the right environment. Many spiders molt while lying on their back with their legs up. Don't feed them live prey, as it might damage the fragile new exoskeleton. The actual molt is complete in a few hours. The way they are grooming themselves is via molting. Expect to pay around $5 to $10 per month for a curly hair Tarantula diet. Maintaining the right temperature and humidity in their environment will keep them healthy. Curlier hair Tantulas make for interesting and quiet pets. They don't require a lot of maintenance and take up minimal space. Expect them to pay between $20 and $50 on average. This can vary based on factors such as the animal's age. A local exotic animal veterinary clinic can help you find a good seller. Before taking one home, ask the animals to visit with the animals. Make sure the tarantul you choose is alert and in good body condition. Curly haired spiders are fairly low-maintenance pets. they require regular feedings and periodic cleanings. . . .