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Recluse spiders are nocturnal, therefore most likely encountered at night when they are foraging for food. I then ‘top off’ the container with gravel and add water. Tarantulas often live up to twenty years. If you are concerned about the potential presence of black widow spiders, be careful when working around spider webs in secluded areas, and wear protective gloves if needed. Huntsmans back off and then run away sideways really fast.

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