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A Tiny Frog Is Kept As A Pet By This Giant Tarantula Species

What do you know about Tarantula species? Pets assist us in forming and developing emotional bonds by enabling us to devote a portion of our time to giving what they need and receiving their love in return. Specially, these ties occur between people and animals and inside the animal world, as strange as that may appear.

Yes, you read it correctly. As well, other creatures are kept as ‘pets’ by certain animals. And, just as with human pets, this bond is frequently beneficial to both of them and may even ensure their survival.

Some South American frog species and those in India, Sri Lanka, and elsewhere have evolved intimate associations with huge spiders. Huge spiders, to be precise. Take a look at this:

The tarantula provides the frog protection from predators and a food source from insects feeding on the remains of its prey.
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Found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru, this frog species is known to have a mutualistic relationship with the Colombian lesserblack tarantula
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Take the dotted humming frog, for example (Chiasmocleis ventrimaculata). This frog species is reported to have a mutualistic connection with the Colombian lesser black tarantula (Xenesthis immanis), a gigantic spider with a body length of 7 cm (2.75 inches), and a length breadth of 22 cm. It may be found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru (8,5 inches).

But, what is the deal? On the other hand, the tarantula shields the frog from predators while simultaneously providing sustenance for the insects that eat its prey’s remnants.

But, what’s the issue with the massive tarantula? The tarantula’s eggs are protected from ants by the frog’s foraging.

Some tarantulas and frogs seem to have an interesting relationship – the unlikely pair sometimes co-exist in shared living arrangements.
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Especially, microhylids and giant spiders have a common mutualism that may be found all over the globe. It’s also sort of cool.

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