Thursday, March 1, 2018

Goliath Birdeater

Goliath Birdeater
By Mac & Rocco     Facts

What is the biggest spider in the world?   
Goliath birdeater tarantula
What does it eat?  
Birds, Insects, Snakes, Lizards, Bats, Rodents
Where does it live?
The goliath birdeater is native to the upland
rain forest regions of northern South America: Suriname,
Guyana, French Guiana and northern Brazil.
Female: 15-25 years, Male: 3-6 years
Scientific Name  
Theraphosa blondi
Leg Span:
Can be more than 12 inches
The female can lay up to 200 eggs

The End

1 comment:

  1. Hi Mac,my name is Allan I go to WHS. I didn't know that the Goliath birdeater tarantula is the biggest spider in the world. Plus imagine how much pain the mum would be having to lay 200 eggs ha ha. I think you have done well and you have used good punctuation.
    If you want to see my blog here's the link.


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