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Tarantula Photos - Dont look if you scared of spiders...

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staffygrrrrlie's picture
Joined: 01.01.1970

Ok, Hope you like Tarantulas :nakkal: here are my pics of my pets:

staffygrrrrlie's picture
Joined: 01.01.1970
My photos are just massive

My photos are just massive any chance admin to cut them down please x

admin's picture
Joined: 30.03.2009
Just done that for you and

Just done that for you and off to bed so I might now have nightmares as I am a bit scared of spiders :p

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Joined: 01.12.2009
Scary I just came across

Scary I just came across this!

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