BEGINNER

If you’re in the beginning stages with a spider, it’s best to select a species that’s neither fragile nor harmful. The best beginner spider would be a tarantula such as the Chilean rose, Mexican Redleg, or Costa Rican Zebra. These species aren’t terribly venomous and are pretty docile when compared with some other tarantulas (their venom is comparable to bee venom). Remember that if you have kids, many insect pets belong to the “look but don’t touch” category, mainly because they may be too delicate for constant handling beyond their main caregiver

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