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  • #75093
    Spider Venom

    Hello Researchy fellows.

    A twitter pal retweeted something that one of their friends had tweeted to do with a newspaper article being left on their desk at work. Wodered if you would care to comment?

    I don’t know which paper it came fom, but could probably find out if that would help.

    Cheers :yes:

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    #91967
    Re: Spider Venom

    Had a Google and it’s from the Daily Mail…

    It’s a bit vague for me! Mega interesting though as I keep several Grammostola species (the genus that the Chile Rose tarantula belongs to). I am guessing they just mean the standard G. rosea…but still, maybe it is common amongst the different species as opposed to just the rosea. Would love to know more!

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    #91968
    Re: Spider Venom

    Be interesting to find out which is why I emailed “Research” and they are going to make some enquiries and get back to us :yes:

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    #91969
    Re: Spider Venom

    Thanks for sharing.

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    #91970
    Re: Spider Venom

    Wow, didn’t realise we folks in Norwich were so forward thinking. You must be western side, I’m eastern, we still use horse n carts, candles and consider Suffolk foreign.

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    #91971
    Re: Spider Venom

    @pinkrosi wrote:

    Wow, didn’t realise we folks in Norwich were so forward thinking. You must be western side, I’m eastern, we still use horse n carts, candles and consider Suffolk foreign.

    Wow them’s odd folk south of the border .

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