Pink-Toe Tarantula Care Guide

Learn how to enjoy a pink-toed tarantula by providing a healthy diet and a safe environment for this exotic animal.
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Tokay Gecko Care Guide

A tokay gecko can make an excellent pet for a seasoned reptile owner who is willing to put some time into tokay gecko care and be patient as the gecko adjusts to their new surroundings. They are timid and secretive by nature but can warm up to their masters with regular interaction. Some people even consider them to be good luck. Native to the rainforests of Southeast Asia, tokay geckos often live among humans where they can be found on walls and ceilings catching unwanted insects.
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Jackson’s Chameleon Care & Feeding Guide

Because of their distinct horns and relatively small size, Jackson’s chameleons are popular pets for reptile lovers. Learn how to take care of your horned chameleon and give it a long, happy life.
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Pink Toe Tarantula Care

The Antilles pinktoe tarantula is native to Martinique, parts of Lesser Antilles and Guadeloupe, all small islands found in the Caribbean sea. Its rather docile nature and striking colors have made it a favorite amongst many collectors and hobbyists alike.
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Rose Hair Tarantula Care

Chilean Rose Hair tarantula is the common name given to the species Grammostola rosea. With colors ranging from a muted grey to rose pink, it’s easy to see how these fairly low-maintenance spiders got their name. The easy requirements of rose haired tarantula care, as well as their general availability due to being imported and captive-bred, has led the Chilean rose hair tarantula to be recommended as the “beginner species” of tarantulas. Still, many enthusiasts enjoy keeping one or more rose hair tarantulas in their collections.
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Curly Hair Tarantula Care Guide

The curly hair tarantula is a common name most often attributed to Tliltocatl albopilosus (formerly known as Brachypelma albopilosum), a dark-colored tarantula with thick, bristly hair covering its legs and the majority of its body. Although all species of tarantulas do have hair, the contrast of the lighter colored hairs and the distinct curl gives the curly hair tarantula a rather unique appearance. They are a calm, ground-dwelling, beautiful spider, and like many other tarantulas in the genus Brachypelma, curly hair tarantula care is relatively simple — perfect for those newly interested in joining the hobby of tarantula keeping.
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Mexican Red Knee Tarantula

The Mexican red knee tarantula is a common name often associated with both Brachypelma smithi and Brachypelma hamorii. With bright red legs and a calm demeanor, the Mexican red knee is quite possibly one of the most easily recognizable tarantulas in the pet trade. Due to this, it has become popular on the silver screen and a consistent favorite that has landed a spot in the collections of both novice and expert arachnid enthusiasts. While its status is listed as 'near-threatened' in the wild, nearly all the individuals available in the pet trade are captive bred, making the Mexican red knee readily available in all stages of its life, from hatchlings (or spiderlings) to mature adults.
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