Advice for pinning a tarantula with a tiny deflated abdomen?
My coworker's male pink-toed tarantula recently passed from old age and she asked if I would pin him and make a display for her. I jumped at the opportunity, however when receiving her late pet I noticed some concerns. He is quite tiny and his abdomen is about the size of a raisin and is deflated. usually, when pinning tarantulas I would cut open the abdomen, pull out the insides and stuff it; however, with this specimen, I'm not quite sure what to do with the state of the abdomen. I think that my coworker's pet was dehydrated, and I'm going to have a conversation with her about the conditions of her enclosures. Despite this, I want to make sure I do a decent job pinning him for her, so any advice on what to do regarding the abdomen would be great!