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World's largest spiders



The largest spider in the world is on the hunt - but is it as dangerous as it seems ?

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Still Waters on 13 November, 2012, 15:39
*is proud of myself for watching this*
Comment icon #2 Posted by CRIPTIC CHAMELEON on 13 November, 2012, 20:53
Just love the way they walk along.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Ryu on 14 November, 2012, 0:04
A foot long spider...wonderful. Not exactly something I wanna see crawling up my wall, that's for sure.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Hasina on 14 November, 2012, 0:16
Do. Want. Must. Purchase. One.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Idano on 14 November, 2012, 0:24
At least you can see the big ones, it's the little ones (black widows, brown recluse) that scare me. Still, that's one BFS!!
Comment icon #6 Posted by Ambush Bug on 14 November, 2012, 3:46
Do. Want. Must. Purchase. One. Goliath Birdeaters usually run about $100-$120 in the pet trade. For a captive bred spiderling usually about $45 in the pet trade. These are big spider and not the cuddly handable type either. They stridulate, threat display, and kick some of the worst urticating hairs in the business. I know, I had an adult one once.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Pinguin on 14 November, 2012, 20:41
I hate spiders but I find them very fascinating. I would never let a tarantula crawl on my hand or arm. Ever.
Comment icon #8 Posted by glorybebe on 14 November, 2012, 20:50
I hate spiders but I find them very fascinating. I would never let a tarantula crawl on my hand or arm. Ever. I never thought I would, either, but I ended up holding a tarantula. It wasn't that bad and they are fascinating creatures...but, I still don't want one in my house, LOL.
Comment icon #9 Posted by Harlequin Dreamer on 14 November, 2012, 21:54
Beautiful animals lets hope we don't kill them of also.
Comment icon #10 Posted by Magiclass on 16 November, 2012, 17:50
When I was a kid I kept two Red Knee Tarantulas, each in it's own aquarium. They were called Fred and Wilma. Once a year I would put them together to mate, but alas the babies were always eaten by mum. Ahh, those were the days!


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