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I wanted to build something unique for my spider to live in that has never been done before. I asked around to different reptile suppliers if they thought a spider would survive in a lego tank. My feedback was borderline from everyone but I did it anyway and made sure I still met all the spiders needs as in coverage and humidity. He has been living in there for three years now, eating and healthy.
Poor little guy. That can't be too comfortable for him. It's so crowded and smooth.
Agreed. And unsafe.
As a tarantula keeper myself, I'd never consider putting a T in this. <br> If the T fell it would injure itself badly, perhaps even die. <br> They need substrate, wood bark, suitsble enclosures. Its hardly like they get bored. Their brains arent created they way.
<p>Cool! A tranchula!</p>
<p>Nice enclosure, but... that's a terrestrial T, isn't it?</p><p>It might be more suitable for an Avicularia.</p>
<p>wow this is impressive!</p>
You're very lucky he's agile.
And try it out
You should experiment with a lizard it gecko
Hot wheels?!?!
Actually the smaller the area for spiders the better they do.
Actually the smaller the area for spiders the better they do.
Actually the smaller the area for spiders the better they do.
Haha so cool!
IT'S SO FLUFFY!!!!!
That's really cool ! Crazy too ! :)

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