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    Drew and his spiders too 07/14/2020 - Daryn Slover/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Drew Desjardins makes room for the 33 tarantulas, two scorpions and one wolf spider that were found in a motel room in Norway. The arachnids were confiscated from the motel room and brought to Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    Drew Desjardins said Old World species of tarantulas such as the Poecilotheria Metallica can be a bit more aggressive towards humans than the New World species. This P.Metallica was confiscated from a motel in Norway.

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    This tarantula is one of 33 tarantulas, two scorpions and one wolf spider that were found in a motel room in Norway. The arachnids were confiscated from the motel room and brought to Mr. Drew and His Animals Too owner Drew Desjardins of Lewiston.

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    Drew Desjardins said that the tarantulas that were confiscated from a motel in Norway have been very well taken care of. The skin of a tarantula that recently shed her skin lays on the table below.

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    This tarantula was confiscated from a motel in Norway. Drew Desjardins said that this tarantula recently shed her skin, the reason why her colors are so vibrant.

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    Drew Desjardins holds up a Poecilotheria Metallica tarantula at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston on Tuesday. The tarantula is one of 33 tarantulas, two scorpions and one wolf spider that were found in a motel room in Norway. The arachnids were confiscated from the motel room and brought to Desjardins. Desjardins said that the Poecilotheria Metallica is "critically endangered" in the wild. However, this particular "P.Metalica" was probably bred in captivity.

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