We have loads of new large to small preloved tanks for sale. Some of these tanks looks brand new. There are also 5 exo-terra tanks available. Reduce, Reuse and Recycle!
Prices range from R10-R70
EXO-TERRA 1: One available
45x45x90cm retails for R2100
Asking price R900
EXO-TERRA 2: Two available
45x30x30xcm retails for R1600
Asking price R500ea
EXO-TERRA 3: One available
30x30x30cm retails for R1200
Asking price : R350
Want to learn how to breed tarantulas?
Here are a couple of easy beginner breeding pairs up for sale. R550-R680
Follow these easy steps to start your new adventure:
Red and white breeding pair- Click here
Red rump breeding pair- Click here
Curly hair- Breeding pair- Click here
Our new easy price list
Remember we have an easy access MS Excel format of all the stock we have on the website. Just click the link below and download the list.
or if you like pictures of the tarantulas here is the website address
COME HAVE A LOOK AT OUR ADULT FEMALE AND JUVENILES WE HAVE IN STOCK
JUST A HEADS UP!
WE ONLY HAVE 1 VESICOLOUR SLING AND 1 JUVENILE LEFT. CLICK HERE
WINTER IS HERE, KEEP YOUR TARANTULAS WARM
It is very important to keep your tarantulas warm in winter. Especially those tiny slings.
Most tarantulas come from tropical or sub-tropical areas, so unless you live in such a place, you’ll need to supply additional heating (unless your house is heated at a constant +25℃). The most practical kind of heating for our purposes is the “heat-pad.” This is a thin silver heating element which you put on the side of your tarantula tank (never underneath). This gives the spider the opportunity to regulate its own temperature by moving to the hot or cool side. Thermostats are available to regulate the heat, but they are not essential. Many people leave heat-mats on all day or have them on plug-in-timers to come on at half-hour intervals. Remember that household summer temperatures are sufficient for most tarantulas (so you can turn heat-mats off during the summer months).
An ideal temperature to keep tarantulas at is between 22-30℃. Below this temperature they become sluggish and may stop feeding. It’s best to avoid temperatures over 30℃. When using your new heat pad make sure your spider has water, as the peat can dry out very fast leafing your spider dehydrated and it can die.
Remember, tarantulas have Photophobia (hypersensitive to light), so don’t be tempted to use a light bulb to heat the tank. Avoid placing your tarantula tank near a window, the sun’s rays can rapidly turn your tank into an oven, killing the spider in the process.
Adapted from Richard C. Gallon
Here are the heat pads available on our site:
Lobster Roach Mix. R60 Click here
We all know not all our spiders are the same size, therefore we mix the roach sizes a bit
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