ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Residents should not be surprised to see a tarantula or two in the coming weeks.
Male tarantulas are on the move this time of year in northern New Mexico.
It's mating season, and the males are on the prowl.
A number of people have reported seeing them strolling down roads in recent weeks.
The best time to spot them is in the afternoon and early evening, when they are most active, according to Peter Lipscomb, the education coordinator for Cerrillos Hills State Park.
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