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Spiders of Survival

Scroll down to learn about stunning, vibrant, and awe-inspiring tarantulas located in Survival!

 

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Antillean Pinktoe

Location: Martinique

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Amazon BlueBloom

Location: Venezuela

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Apache Jumping Spider

Location: United States

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Black Widow

Location: United States, Canada, Mexico

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Bold Jumping Spider

Location: United States, Mexico, Canada, Cuba, and Puerto Rico

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Brazilian White Knee

Location: Brazil

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Brazilian Black Tarantula 

Location: Brazil and Uruguay 

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Cat Face Spider

Location: the United States and Canada 

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Cellar Spider

Location: Around the world

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Chaco Golden Knee

Location: Argentina and Paraguay

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Chilean Rose Hair (A.K.A Rosie the Tarantula!)

Location: Chile

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Ghost Ornamental

Location: South-Eastern Sri Lanka and India

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Greenbottle Blue Tarantula

Location: Venezuela

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Indian Ornamental

Location: India

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Mexican Red Leg

Location: Mexico and Panama

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Mexican Red Rump Tarantula 

Location: Mexico and Guatemala 

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Pinktoe Tarantula

Location: Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Trinidad and Tobago, Columbia, Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil 

 

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Prairie Ornamental Jumping Spider

Location: the United States and Canada

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Pumpkin Patch Tarantula

Location: Colombia

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Red-Backed Tarantula

Location: Mexico, United States, and Canda

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Rear Horned Baboon

Location: Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and South Africa

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Saphire Ornamental Tarantula

Location: India 

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Socotran Island Baboon Tarantula

Location: Socotra, part of the Republic of Yemen

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Tan Jumping Spider

Location: United States  

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Wolf Spider

Location: Wolf spiders are found all around the world, and about 2,300 species are known

 

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