Clean up the corpses of your victims before they begin to stink


That’s an important lesson I learned from my spiders. I’m going out of town for a week, so over the weekend I made sure that everyone was well fed and watered, stuffing them full of waxworms. Which meant that today I had to go in and extract all the blackened, shriveled corpses of their prey so they wouldn’t just be sitting there rotting for days and days. A pile of dead flies or larvae do acquire a distinctive aroma, so I wanted everyone left with clean cages before I abandoned them.

Also, wow, were these all plump, sleek, shiny spiders. They’ll do fine without me for a few days now.

Comments

  1. Akira MacKenzie says

    That’s why you should always prepare the grave beforehand and keep a large supply of quick lime handy.

    Errrrr… not that I’d know anything about disposing of an inconvenient corpse. WHAT ARE YOU IMPLYING MYERS!?!? I REJECT THE PREMISE!!!

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