The spiders that are considered the most dangerous spiders in the world are Funnel-Web Spiders, Redback Spiders, Banana Spiders, and Recluse Spiders. One of the spiders with the strongest venom is the Daddy Long Legs but their fangs are so small they can't pierce human skin.
by TheKatsMeow 6 years ago
Why are people afraid of spiders?
by Kim Kennedy 6 years ago
What do you do with a spider in the bath?
by Annette Thomas 8 years ago
Was headed into Texarkana from the south with huge thunderstorms coming in yesterday. As I was listening to reports on the radio of rotation in the clouds, I snapped a pic of it with my phone. My daughter was under this same storm. Tons of hail golfball sized showered her truck. My little 4 yr old...
by JS Matthew 7 years ago
Do spiders spend their whole life in their web, waiting for food?What kind of social life does a spider have? Do they go for little walks? I've had this spider in my basement sink for about 5 days now. For some reason I think its a female. She appears to be aggressive which makes me think she may...
by Lisa HW 7 years ago
Last week we had the hurricane/tropical storm (depending on where someone was) come through. This week (earlier today) I found - truly - the biggest, giant-est, brown, spider I've ever seen in my life. It was a big, fat, brown, thick-legged, one that measured, maybe, an inch and a third...
by ii3rittles 6 years ago
Small hole on arm, now its brown?My husband noticed a small hole on his arm the other day. It looked like it was a small burn mark but it was not red, didn't bleed and didn't hurt. Now, a few days later, there's like brown colored skin(?) over it. Could this be a new mole? Its pretty small and...
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