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Salmon pink birdeater

Discussion in 'Spiders and Inverts' started by pogo, Jun 22, 2012.


  1. pogo

    pogo PetForums VIP

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    This is fluffy had her for 4 years now :) she's a temperamental 'little' thing.

    This is first day home in her transport box, before anyone moans

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    #1 pogo, Jun 22, 2012
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  2. Goldstar

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    She is pretty :) Don't think I'd be able to have a spider though, I'm too much of a wimp :D

    I had to force myself to feed my dads lizards the crickets when he went on holiday :eek:
     
  3. cavmad

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    Shes a lovely big girl mine are tiny still never mind they are supposed to be quick growing.
     
  4. See A Man About A Dog

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    Fluffy is beautiful!
     
  5. wlison

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    :smile5: she is so Beautiful. how much will you buy this spider。:huh:
     
  6. genevralaurene

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    She's beautiful. I just got a Salmon Pink sling a few weeks ago. Its true what they say about you can literally see them grow! Definitely my favourite T :)
     
  7. LeedsFox

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    I had a male salmon pink, bought him as a sling, he was a big lad! He escaped once :eek: thankfully he was chilling out behind his tank (after proving that yes, despite every attempt I'd witnessed, he could climb glass!) he got to around 8" and was a ferocious thing :eek:
     
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