Is the bite venomous???

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Re: Is the bite venomous???

Postby it_bit_me » Wed Sep 05, 2012 2:55 pm

it_bit_me wrote:None of the tarantulas or baboons are lethal but you could get a fright and throw the spider. Are you comfortable with rainspiders?

What these guys are trying to say is listen to IT_bit_me, grow some balls and save up some money incase you throw like Allan Donald. :smt006
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Re: Is the bite venomous???

Postby froot » Mon Sep 10, 2012 11:25 am

LOL
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Re: Is the bite venomous???

Postby Jamster » Mon Sep 10, 2012 4:01 pm

I wouldve suggested holding them when they were a bit smaller so could progress and grow while being held throughout.But ja good luck :D

Read my favourite book again recently, its called Terrarium and I had a look at the tarantulas section and it said that depending on venom dosage, your allergies and your body size, etc there is a 1% to 5% chance that will have a serious reaction and need urgent medical attention. I think the most important factor there is your allergies.
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