Over the past few decades, tarantulas have gained popularity as exotic and unusual pets. There's something cool about showing off your pet tarantula, isn’t there? But as with any pets, there are pros and cons to keeping tarantulas. Pet tarantulas are long-lived, easy to care for, and just plain big as spiders go. On the other hand, tarantulas shouldn't be handled too often, and aren't all that active.
Once you do decide you'd like to own a pet tarantula, you'll need to decide what kind to get. This photo gallery will introduce you to some of the more popular pet tarantula species, to help you decide which tarantula is right for you.
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|Curlyhair Tarantula||Brazilian Black Tarantula||Chaco Golden Knee Tarantula||Mexican Redknee Tarantula|
|Mexican Redleg Tarantula||Costa Rican Zebra Tarantula||Desert Blond Tarantula||Chilean Rose Hair Tarantula|
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