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Photograph article dated July 25, 1964 partially reads, "Feeding the pet means opening a can of dog food to most Valley youngsters. But to Teri and Debbie Dannaldson of Tarzana it means feeding insects to a tarantula; meal worms, seeds and fruits to a marmoset, owl, squirrel monkey, kangaroo rat, pack rat, various other types of rats and several dozen different variety of birds including rare parrots and hawks." Note: In this photograph, Debbie can be seen petting a Mexican redknee tarantula.; See images #00109414 through #00109417 for all photos in this series.
1 photographic print :b&w ;26 x 21 cm. Photographic prints
Tarantulas as pets--California--San Fernando Valley Tarantulas--California--San Fernando Valley Naturalists--California--San Fernando Valley Explorers--California--San Fernando Valley Girls--California--San Fernando Valley San Fernando Valley (Calif.) Portrait photographs Valley Times Collection photographs