9 Brightly Colored New Tarantula Species Found

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9 Brightly Colored New Tarantula Species Found

Scientist Rogério Bertani recently discovered nine previously unknown and endangered species of small tree-dwelling tarantulas in Brazil, many of which feature bright pink, purple, and orange colorations. What do you think?

  • “I hate spiders, but I love colors, so I’m a little conflicted here.”

    Ralph Vashiell
    Dock Builder
  • “Hmm, this sounds like a scam to sell more tarantulas.”

    Yvonne Pedley
    Jukebox Coin Collector
  • “And all this time I’ve been painting my tarantulas like a moron.”

    Charles Brierley
    Raspberry Grower