Due to the cold climate, spiders do not transport from October to April. To transport the tarantula, place it in a small plastic or in a tin box from under the film (you do not need to make air holes in the containers). Make sure that there is a place in the box where the spider can move. Never transport a tarantula, which should soon shed, as well as sick spiders. Before sending the spider is well fed and watered.
Send the parcel with the spider by the fastest delivery service at the beginning of the week, so that on arrival, the container does not lie in the mail on holidays or weekends. Adult tarantulas are more sensitive to shock than younger ones.
- In the sides and on the cover, make an outlet (ventilation),
- Use a plastic box with a lid for transportation,
- Place the container with the spider in a large cardboard box. Put paper in the space between the boxes that will absorb shock.
Make sure that when you insert the container into the cardboard box, you have not mixed up the top and bottom of the container. A container with a tarantula on all sides needs to be surrounded with a large amount of paper, you can additionally put foam. Cover all folds of the box with duct tape (such as tape or tape) to prevent the entry of cold or hot air. Do not forget to mark "Live Spiders" on the box.
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Transportation of a spider in an airplane.
Message Freezy »Wed Jan 25, 2006 15:08
I have a question.
Is it possible to take a spider with a saba on a plane? I mean, not that he will feel bad or not. But will they let me on a plane with him?
And if they don’t let go, what needs to be done to let go =)?
zs.Pauk I have brachypelma vagans. rather large sizes (with a palm)