Feeding scorpions, tarantulas, beetles & huntsmans
Professional reptile keeper and invertebrate aficionado Olga Kazakova gives us a quick tour of her collection of pet insects, arachnids and assorted critters. Comment below which creepy crawly you would like to see featured for our first edition of “Beastie Feast”, where we learn about feeding, housing and breeding different arthropods.
Tarantulas? Red back spiders? Scorpions? Centipedes?
Giant millipedes? Giant burrowing cockroaches? Giant rainforest snails?
Egyptian blaps beetles? Huntsman spiders? Fringed jumping spiders?
Mantids? Bull ant queens?
Any other insects you’re keen on seeing? Let us know if you would like to learn more about snakes, pythons, lizards and reptiles.
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Music "Soul Seeker" by Jack Midkiff used under Creative Commons
Thanks to Olga and Kirk for their bug filming expertise.
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