No! Terrifying video shows the moment when a giant bird spider leaves its owner
- Video shows tarpets with pink toes jump on food supplies from shocked owners
- Shooting Functions Iowa boss yells at spider: & # 39; Dandy! You bitch! & # 39;
- She then throws large tweezers to the side and leaves the pet alone in the tank
- However, the creature responded to the fact that his leg was touched and attacked
Arachnophobes are now looking away! This is the moment when a pet tarantula is launched at its owner in a frightening viral video.
In the 14-second clip, an Iowa woman is quietly seen while she puts food in her pet spider's tank with the help of tweezers.
Suddenly, to her surprise, the tarantula named Dandy launches herself in her hand while the woman screams in fear.
A new video shows a pink toe-tarantula jump on the feed of his shocked owner
The clip caught the moment that the woman touched the hindleg of the creature, causing it to become trapped
& # 39; Dandy! You b *** h! Oh my goodness, & she cried, desperately shaking off her eight-legged attacker.
& # 39; She tried to attack, & # 39; she explained.
Although it was certainly a surprise to the pet owner, the spider's actions in the January 19 shooting were completely natural and not necessarily an attempt to bite the woman.
The recording shows the Iowa owner shouting at the spider: & # 39; Dandy! You bitch! & # 39;
The woman says: & # 39; She tried to attack. & # 39; But it is actually a regular response to a tarantula
The video ends with the pet owner driving the large tweezers into the tank with the spider still on it
& # 39; In this video you can see that an Avicularia Avicularia receives a nutritional response from its hind leg, & # 39; says the description of ViralHog.com. & # 39; It appears that it is in attack mode, which is not the case at all. & # 39;
The species is a native of South America and is sometimes called the pinktoe tarantula.
As a pet, tarantulas tend to find a quiet place to roam around and do not do well to be treated constantly.
They do not need to be fed often, no more than once a week, although it is fine once every two weeks, and often enjoy a diet of crickets, cockroaches and mealworms.