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Chilean Rose Hair Tarantula

Grammostola rosea

Like all tarantulas, a Chilean Rose Hair tarantula will go through an extensive molt when it outgrows its skin. It will shed its entire skin as well as the linings of its mouth, respiratory organs, stomach and sexual organs.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Least Concern

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