Tiny SPIDER wanted to EAT my SCORPION so I gave it a HUGE cockroach !!!

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Preparing healthy FOOD for my TARANTULAS !!! (feat. Elvarg)

This video will demonstrate how I prepare food for my bug-eating animals. Known as "Gut-loading" in the hobby, it is basically filling up the feeder insects' guts with good nutrients from healthy foods, which will then be passed on to the animal that eats it. As the saying goes, "You are what you eat".. it is a practice that many recommend to do prior to feeding your beloved pet(s). Why? Many feeder insects are not often well-fed in pet stores or by suppliers (there are exceptions to this). Feeding your animal an insect that hasn't been properly gut-loaded may not provide it with the nutrients it needs to thrive in the long run. ** This video is purely for educational and entertainment purposes only. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Facebook page : @XoticsLair ~ https://www.facebook.com/XoticsLair/ Facebook group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/XoticsLair/ Instagram : @exoticslair ~ https://www.instagram.com/exoticslair/ @exoticslair_feedings ~ https://www.instagram.com/exoticslair_feedings/ Twitter : @ExoticsLair ~ https://twitter.com/ExoticsLair Patreon : Exotics Lair ~ https://www.patreon.com/exoticslair --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * THANK YOU ALL for your support !!! New patrons will be shouted out in a future video.

My friend gave me a SCORPION and it’s HUGE !!!

In this video we will be looking at a Forest Scorpion I just acquired from a friend of mine. These scorpions are endemic to Asia and do require a more humid environment compared to desert-dwelling scorpions out in the desert. This video will show you how I set up an enclosure for one of these scorpions. These scorpions are not deadly/dangerous at all, which is why they make a better choice for new scorpion keepers. ** This video is purely for educational and entertainment purposes only. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Facebook page : @XoticsLair ~ https://www.facebook.com/XoticsLair/ Facebook group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/XoticsLair/ Instagram : @exoticslair ~ https://www.instagram.com/exoticslair/ @exoticslair_feedings ~ https://www.instagram.com/exoticslair_feedings/ Twitter : @ExoticsLair ~ https://twitter.com/ExoticsLair Patreon : Exotics Lair ~ https://www.patreon.com/exoticslair --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music credit (from YouTube Audio Library) : Spazz Cardigan - Lucid Dreamer * THANK YOU ALL for your support !!! New patrons will be shouted out in a future video.

This Terrifying Worm Snatches Fish from the Ocean Floor

Sand strikers, also known as bobbit worms, are primitive-looking creatures that lack eyes, or even a brain. Despite this, they are savage predators who shoot out grapple-like hooks to reel in passing fish. From: CRAZY MONSTERS: Diggers http://bit.ly/2io63f4

TERRIFIED of Huntsman SPIDERS, but BUYS a new ORANGE one !!! (feat. Jumping Spiders)

I’m sure many of you know that I’m terrified of Huntsman Spiders. I know they’re not near close to what a tarantula is capable of doing, but I’m not afraid of the bite ~ It’s more when when they decide to make a run for it. Huntsman Spiders are extremely fast and the way they run just sends chills down my spine. I’m not dissing Huntsman Spiders, it’s just how I feed when I’m around one that is free. Still really cool creatures, though! So with that, I decided to go out and get myself a Heteropoda davidbowie, which is a species of orange-coloured Huntsman Spider... yes, ORANGE!! I'm not too sure of its age, or when the seller obtained it, but it's already a mature adult. Check the video out to see it in action, as I prepare its enclosure and get it rehoused :D ** This video was made purely for educational and entertainment purposes only. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Facebook page : @XoticsLair ~ https://www.facebook.com/XoticsLair/ Facebook group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/XoticsLair/ Instagram : @exoticslair ~ https://www.instagram.com/exoticslair/ @exoticslair_feedings ~ https://www.instagram.com/exoticslair_feedings/ Twitter : @ExoticsLair ~ https://twitter.com/ExoticsLair Patreon : Exotics Lair ~ https://www.patreon.com/exoticslair --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music credit (from YouTube Audio Library) : The Grand Affair - Jane Fonda * THANK YOU for your support !!! Sharon Tolley.

Praying Mantises - The Kung Fu Killers of the Insect Kingdom

They are killers. They kill with unbelievable precision. They fight Kung Fu style and are seen in Japan as a symbol of vigilance - the mantises. Their triangular head with its unique flexibility is conspicuous. Two overdimensioned eyes fixate the distance to their prey rapidly and three-dimensionally. The chest segment of the mantis is prolonged and equipped with spiny appendages that can spear their prey as fast as a jack knife. The mysterious aura that surrounds the praying mantis has a lot to do with the fact that they are rarely seen. They have adapted to their surroundings perfectly. No matter whether leaves, blossoms, tree bark, sandy floors or even orchids - the mantis adjusts to all environments. We observe mantises with our cameras whilst they are hunting, when they shed their skin and whilst breeding and eventually the females practicing their cannibalism. We were also on hand when the female produces a nest of foam on which to lay her eggs; all filmed with time lapse and real-time cameras. A film, that comprehensively documents the secret life of the mantises for the very first time and provides us with unique footage thanks to state of the art equipment.

A tiny Jumping Spider.. not knowing what a scorpion is capable of doing, got excited when he saw my scorpions. After seeing how excited he was, I decided to offer him a roach.. and boy, was he happy spider!

This video may be a little brutal to some, but it shows how Jumping Spiders hunt and tackle down prey in the wild. Quite often we see these little guys hopping around, but seldom do we see them hunt, so this video is the perfect example of how they do it.

** This video is purely for educational and entertainment purposes only.

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