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5.0 out of 5 stars This one!, 14 Jan. 2004
This review is from: The Tarantula Keeper's Guide (Paperback)
Buy this one!
really buy it!
Stan and Margarite Schultz are widely respected in the Tarantula keeping community.
This book is recommended by newbies and professionals alike.
It will teach a beginner everything you want to know and wet you appetite to find out more. There can be no book to inform on all aspects of tarantulas* the subject is too vast, but this book gives you a good basis and if you keep Tarantulas you won't find much beyond the scope of this book. But be warned you'll get hooked.
Oh and don't worry about the scientific names, it'll come as you learn.
I'm writing this review aimed at new enthusiasts because if you've kept T's for a while chances are you have already bought this.
*(you'll learn that the more questions you have answered will only lead you to more questions)
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Initial post: 30 Jun 2016 20:48:43 BDT
Sean Bradley says:
I have always wanted a tarantula for as long as I can remember. Now I can finally afford to buy and keep one, I want to learn as much as I can to give it the best care I could possibly give it. Only to be fair to the animal. You and others seem to deem this book as the "T" Bible. So thanks to them and you for helping me which book to buy. I am thinking of buying a Chaco Golden Knee for my first if not only spider. It depends on how hooked I get!
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