Tarantula Lego City Tank

Introduction: Tarantula Lego City Tank

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.

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    20 Comments

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    niquebrown1
    niquebrown1

    2 years ago on Introduction

    Severe mixed feelings about this. If he drops on those Lego's he will probably get a ruptured abdomen. Or break something. Isn't it just much more appropriate to keep him on spider/coco peat. I mean you can always construct a hide from the lego's

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    Lunchbox84
    Lunchbox84

    8 years ago

    Actually the smaller the area for spiders the better they do.

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    LegoSurvivor
    LegoSurvivor

    Reply 3 years ago

    you said this three times.

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    Lunchbox84
    Lunchbox84

    8 years ago

    Actually the smaller the area for spiders the better they do.

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    LegoSurvivor
    LegoSurvivor

    Reply 3 years ago

    you said this three times.

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    Lunchbox84
    Lunchbox84

    8 years ago

    Actually the smaller the area for spiders the better they do.

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    LegoSurvivor
    LegoSurvivor

    Reply 3 years ago

    you said this three times.

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    HelmutHound
    HelmutHound

    8 years ago

    Poor little guy. That can't be too comfortable for him. It's so crowded and smooth.

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    eaudsley
    eaudsley

    Reply 4 years ago

    Agreed. And unsafe.

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    eaudsley
    eaudsley

    4 years ago

    As a tarantula keeper myself, I'd never consider putting a T in this.
    If the T fell it would injure itself badly, perhaps even die.
    They need substrate, wood bark, suitsble enclosures. Its hardly like they get bored. Their brains arent created they way.

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    MrKumquat64
    MrKumquat64

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Nice enclosure, but... that's a terrestrial T, isn't it?

    It might be more suitable for an Avicularia.

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    aleach3
    aleach3

    7 years ago

    You're very lucky he's agile.

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    hotstuff5721
    hotstuff5721

    8 years ago

    You should experiment with a lizard it gecko

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    hotstuff5721
    hotstuff5721

    8 years ago

    That's really cool ! Crazy too ! :)