The Blue Fang Skeleton Tarantula is a deep burrowing terrestrial tarantula from French Guiana in South America. The most unique feature of this tarantula is the “blue fangs” which are actually the chelicerae (pincer-like claws) and not the actual fangs. They are hardy and slow-growing but live for a very long time.
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Since the Blue Fang Skeleton tarantula is a burrowing tarantula, the tank should have enough substrate for it to burrow in, such 4 to 6 inches deep. This species requires very high humidity and a very damp substrate is recommended. Due to the amount of humidity, we would recommend a coconut fiber mix as this is acidic and will help in preventing mold in the tank. A steady temperature of 77 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit should be ideal and a humidity of about 75 to 80 percent. As always a clean over-filled water dish should always be readily available to keep your tarantula properly hydrated. The Blue Fang Skeleton Tarantula is a hearty eater and should be fed once a week. Being an insectivore, a regular diet of nutritious live crickets, cockroaches, locusts, moths and even mealworms will keep this tarantula well-fed and happy.
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