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"I have had my T. blondi for about 4 months now. I have apparently found a very docile one. I have never had a problem with him trying to bite me. I assume he is male due to his lanky legs. He does shoot urticating hairs pretty often but I have not been struck thus far. He just recently molted but did not flip on his back. I'm about 1 year into the tarantula hobby (at least on owning them). I also own a rose hair, I believe she is female, but it is extremely hard to sex a tarantula from what I have researched. At the moment my Goliath is black and very beautiful. This pet is much better than any (normal) other pet I could own. I am much more appreciative of these pets. I also have held him on many occasions with no problems, but like I said mine is very docile. It does get moody but I leave it alone when it begins to hiss. If anyone would like to talk to me about my experiences or theirs, my myspace name is shinigami-chan."
"Amanda"


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