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Goliath Birdeater (15 pics)

Pics | 18 Mar, 2013 | Views: 6465 |  +15   |  

Goliath birdeater is the largest spider in the world. It gets its name from reports of explorers from the Victorian era, who witnessed one eating a hummingbird.

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№1 Author: pash.maloo (18 Mar 2013 03:03) Total user comments: 1713


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15 omg
№2 Author: Slugsie (18 Mar 2013 03:49) Total user comments: 1067


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Nope. Nope nope nope nope nope.
№3 Author: Lovely-Little-Love (18 Mar 2013 04:30) Total user comments: 14


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Love to walk into my bathroom to find THAT in my tub 34
№4 Author: Snade (18 Mar 2013 05:41) Total user comments: 43


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just a regular tarantula, nothing special.
In fact, that is one of the friendliest species, there are much more aggressive tarantulas, which tend to be much smaller
№5 Author: rusboris (18 Mar 2013 05:52) Total user comments: 458


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These are actually nice pets :) I have two tarantulas myself. They're silent and super easy and cheap to take care of. Interesting too.

This particular one is pretty aggressive
№6 Author: Louie (18 Mar 2013 06:21) Total user comments: 8134


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GROSSS
№7 Author: Hory (18 Mar 2013 07:55) Total user comments: 224


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It's huge and altough I'm definetly repelled by spiders in general, I would find this one quite fascinating as a pet.
№8 Author: Grunt Callahan (18 Mar 2013 17:11) Total user comments: 1849


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Tarantulas do make good pets, kind of like an 8 legged hamster.
№9 Author: SheepsInn (18 Mar 2013 17:30) Total user comments: 886


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i prefer cats 25
№10 Author: TheIronSea (18 Mar 2013 18:40) Total user comments: 887


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Hermosa tarantula. 15
№11 Author: No1 (18 Mar 2013 20:14) Total user comments: 1013


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I've played with these. They actually are very gentle.
№12 Author: vanel911 (18 Mar 2013 20:36) Total user comments: 310


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It has more hair on his arms then me....
№13 Author: Lu (18 Mar 2013 22:00) Total user comments: 14343


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Last pic doesn't belong here. That is more the head of a jumping spider.
№14 Author: micliapu (21 Mar 2013 17:05) Total user comments: 2973


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imagine this crawling on your feet when you sleep 06
№15 Author: jP (21 Mar 2013 19:00) Total user comments: 834


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Dear Spidey, listen.... We gotta talk.....

It's OK that you want to be the biggest spider in the world....

BUT! DO! YOU! HAVE! 2! B! SO! F*CKING! SCARY! & UGLY!?!? 07
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