*Warning* Do not touch! ⚠️

pseudarmadillo spinosus

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Wow! :heart_eyes: Those are amazing, where did you get them? Also about how big are they and how do you keep them? There isn’t much information online about them in captivity but they’re super cool.

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…what happens if you touch them?

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You explode :exploding_head: LOL

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Those are sick!! How big do they get?

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I think it was just a joke. Mainly because of their spikes (spinosus is latin for spiny, like the spinosaurus dinosaur).

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Yes @erie-herps it was a joke. They do look like it though

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id say about the size of an average jelly-bean.

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So pretty large

Oooh ok, I wasn’t sure if they were venomous in some way (like some of those caterpillars)

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Isopods usually rely on hiding and mass baby production to stay alive (as an individual and species). To my knowledge none of them use any toxins.

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Where did you get these lil guys :heart_eyes:

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