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  1. Dragim Yutto

    I see everyone's getting them for 70-90 bucks. I just bought my sling for like 25 bucks from Spain. And yes it is a g. Pulchra sling I checked like 5 times xD

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  2. L Edwards

    Thank you Tom for ALL your videos…I have a G. pulchra(1") on order(maybe here 2 days! Yay!) – it was $95(it is the most expensive sling of that size that I have purchased) and have not seen one available for a while…

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  3. Michael E. Derrick Jr.

    Hey buddy! How are you doing? Well I’m gonna be getting one of these beautiful species from a breeder here at the end of the month. I’m looking forward to having this T in my collection. Very hard to find for sure but did a lot of researching to find one. So I knew you had one and had to look up your awesome playlist and watch the husbandry video. Could you keep the pulchra a little wet from time to to time as a sling? Then once it get bigger go with dryer substrate? From this video everything sounds and looks very straight forward. As usual you have put out great quality information and I’m very happy to always get your opinion and helpful information. Keep up the great work and look forward to hearing from you

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  4. urszula oleksow

    Hi I just bought two Grammostola pulchra slings hiphip hurra πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„ after watching your videos πŸ‘πŸ» I love your videos and I follow your advice I’ve got curly hair tarantula 3 Chaco golden knee and birdeater mascara love them so much πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

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  5. DOMAT

    Bought my g.pulchra after watching this video a year and a half ago, and now it has grown to be a 3" beautiful female! She's so beautiful i can just sit around her enclosure for hours watching her doing nothing. Lol

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  6. Elise

    Hahahaha; I never see my sling eat. It uses it's hide but hasn't burrowed any and when I drop a cricket in front of the hide, it just disappears. Poof. Gone. No more cricket. Definitely a perpetually hungry species; and fast when there's food involved.

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  7. Vanessa Simone

    I love this species. They are the most gorgeous adults. I had a girl for many years and I miss her.
    The larger of my two spiderlings has just begun to show their adult colouring with the last moult. Now they are looking like miniature adults.
    They are really fabulous and a must have for every collection.

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  8. Roy Rugani Jr

    Got 2 of these less than an inch. They both have molted but still not very big yet. Cannot wait to see them when finally turn the black color…right now only on rump is some of it. Paid bout $45 each I believe for them but don't recall where got em from off hand, lol.

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  9. Troy Neal

    A tiny unrecognizable G. Pulchra sling was tarantula #3 for me… it was a birthday gift from my VERY arachnophobic sister. πŸ˜€ Love the lil thing but it's growing SO slowly… probably wouldn't have left a comment if it weren't for the event that occured today though. In lieu of going to the local exotic pet store I normally go to I chose to look in the T selection at another store in town that I don't like as much (they're usually overpriced and the feeders are NOT well cared for :-/) and they had what I was fairly certain was a pulchra with enclosure setup labeled as a "Rosey Hair". My first pulchra was a third the size of this one… this came with enclosure and was STILL ten dollars less! Confirmed it was what I thought it was by seeing it next to my first juvie… Kinda feel bad but I'm not passing up a deal. πŸ˜€ As always thanks for the video!

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  10. Caitlin Rose

    Thanks so much for this video! I'm a beginner in the T world, but I'm planning on getting the G. Pulchra. I've been looking around for one and have failed to find one for months now, but I finally found a store nearby which has one in stock. The fact that you put this video out and I found one right after is amazing. I really enjoy your videos and thank you so much for doing what you do!

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