Despite its name, the goliath birdeater does not normally eat birds. As with other species of spider, (specifically tarantulas), their diet consists primarily of small insects such as crickets, beetles and beetle larvae. It is however an opportunistic hunter and so will feed on any appropriately sized mammals, rodents, reptiles or birds that come into its scope. A common generalization is that the goliath can and will eat anything smaller than itself.
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