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Pink-toed Tarantula

Avicularia avicularia

Its hunting style is sit-and-wait, remaining motionless in a trance-like state until prey is close. Should a predator investigate whether the tarantula itself would be good to eat, the spider kicks bristles off its own abdomen, irritating the predator’s eyes and airways.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Least Concern

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