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    Default Tarantulas on a Plane

    Sounds like a movie, right. No snakes on this plane, but there were tarantulas hitching a ride from Punta Cana to Canada.

    Cacatas on a Plane:

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montre...nsat-1.3590780

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    Might move this to Dominicans Abroad forum. lol

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    they are super cute little creatures. i wish we had some permanently residing in our garden but with cats and dogs it's not likely to happen.

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    Tarantulas don't scare me from a distance but if I was on that plane I might try to jump out the window!

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    I hope they had a visa for Canada...

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    they are very helpful..they catch flies and nasty little bugs ..how lucky to have them on the plane .. a new life for them ..butI suppose that the aviation people will fumigate them.. They do little harm except scare

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    Looks almost as frightening as the Goliath spiders of South America, the upside of these ones being that they aren't as poisonous as the latter.

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    Wanting their plane tickets paid for bc of a spider? RIDICULOUS!
    I would be screaming and hiding in the bathroom but what an interesting story to tell people!! LMAO

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    If they get dropped off in Canada where there aren't any natural predators, the last thing they'll be is "cute."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kipling333 View Post
    they are very helpful..they catch flies and nasty little bugs ..how lucky to have them on the plane .. a new life for them ..butI suppose that the aviation people will fumigate them.. They do little harm except scare
    You sound like Mr. AE. When I open a door and see one, he invariably tells me to leave it alone because it eats bugs. But it IS a bug, as far as I'm concerned. Creepy.

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