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Who’s from Pixar?: Flik, an ant, and Hopper, a grasshopper, are supplemented by Chili, a tarantula; the Terminte-ator; Weevil Kneevil; the Dung Beetle Brothers; and Claire de Room, a stink bug.
And the impressive array of imposing creatures — a tarantula, a scorpion — behind glass but obviously quite alive, inspired squeals of horror and excitement.
The venomous but docile tarantula is native to Mexican deserts and scrublands, and is named after its red-orange leg joints.
Officers found 41 deceased animals, including rabbits, snakes, hermit crabs, tarantulas, hamsters, mice and fish.
The frame came alive like a giant tarantula, leaving us giddy with the ease of assembly.
Sea Life Arizona Aquarium This aquarium at Arizona Mills in Tempe has an interactive tide pool, a stingray exhibit, ocean view tunnel and a critter canyon with snakes, tarantulas and tortoises.
The expansion also includes a new nocturnal house, with night-loving species like Seba and vampire bats, night monkeys and zebra tarantulas.
Winners, aka those who eat the whole burger, will get a limited-edition tarantula Challenge t-shirt and bask in arachnid, social media glory.
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: a large, hairy spider that lives in warm regions
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