Mass tarantula migration expected to crawl through Colorado

Kyle

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Many American families may be taking their summer vacations at the end of August — and so are thousands of tarantulas, which will crawl toward Colorado at the end of the month.

Every year, a mass migration of tarantulas shows up in southeast Colorado, according to the Gazette. Most of the hairy spiders are male "Oklahoma brown" tarantulas, looking for female tarantulas that burrow in Colorado prairies. The group usually make its trek from late August to early October.


 

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Many American families may be taking their summer vacations at the end of August — and so are thousands of tarantulas, which will crawl toward Colorado at the end of the month.

Every year, a mass migration INVASION of tarantulas shows up in southeast Colorado, according to the Gazette. Most of the hairy spiders are male "Oklahoma brown" tarantulas, looking for female tarantulas that burrow in Colorado prairies. The group usually make its trek from late August to early October.


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Many American families may be taking their summer vacations at the end of August — and so are thousands of tarantulas, which will crawl toward Colorado at the end of the month.

Every year, a mass migration of tarantulas shows up in southeast Colorado, according to the Gazette. Most of the hairy spiders are male "Oklahoma brown" tarantulas, looking for female tarantulas that burrow in Colorado prairies. The group usually make its trek from late August to early October.


So for the male spiders, the Sooner they get there, the better.
 
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