A fuzzy, brown or black hair colored body with eight legs
This spider is native to deserts and scrublands of Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile. As with most desert-dwelling tarantulas, these animals are nomads, living solitary lives and fending for themselves. They are also nocturnal, spending their days in the shelter of moist, cool burrows, and venturing out at night in search of prey or a potential mate.
These arachnids are pretty cute...they even have hair!
They have four other appendages near the mouth called chelicerae and pedipalps.
Argentina, Bolivia and Chile
Burrows of desert regions
Frogs, mice, lizards, mealworms
Aggressive towards each other
Claws, fangs and hairs on the leg
50 to 200 eggs
Up to 20 years