Dad Spots a Giant Spider On The Ceiling Makes The Worst Possible Move And Things Get So Much Worse

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OK, so I am giving you fair warning, if you are an arachnophobic the video you are about to watch below may be more than you can bear!  If you are made of tougher stuff, you have to see this. If you are like me and spiders just intrinsically freak you out, you better strap on your seat belt and get ready for something you could never even imagine.

No one likes seeing mice, spiders, or other creepy little pests inside the house. When you spot something crawling around it can leave you feeling uncomfortable in your own home, especially if you happen to suffer from arachnophobia.

Even if you are not one of the estimated 3.5 to 6.1% of the population that is deathly afraid of spiders according to wikipedia, you likely don’t want bugs and mice hanging around where you live and sleep at night. I know for sure this is something intrinsically creepy about these creatures even though I think these fears are pretty much all in my head.

YouTuber “leokimvideo”, from Australia, spots one of the largest spiders I’ve ever seen on the ceiling of his house.  No exterminators for him, he’s got a plan to capture it (perhaps to let it go back into nature). By the way if you ever find yourself in this position, do yourself and your family a huge favor and don’t try to be a hero when a spider of this size is involved!

Our hero explains his plan to his little girl, whom we hear off camera, warning him to be careful.  The interaction between them is hysterical, as the parent-child roles are clearly reversed.  What happens as he attempts to capture this giant huntsman spider in a plastic container…well you have to see it to believe it!

Let us know what you would do in this situation! 🙂

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WATCH: At First It Just Looks Like a Creepy Spider. But What It Is Capable Of Is So STRANGE!

If you have arachnophobia, a fear of spiders, then look away. This video features the colorful and exotic looking Maratus volans, or peacock spider, which is a species in the jumping spider family. They are found in certain parts of Australia, including the island of Tasmania, and pose no threat to humans. These types of spiders don’t even need to spin webs because they have the ability to jump and snatch their prey straight out of thin air.

In this YouTube video uploaded by Peacockspiderman, an oddly beautiful coastal peacock spider puts his colors to work when trying to attract a female mate, hence the comparison to a peacock. This particular type inhabits the coastal dunes around Perth in Western Australia. The blue, red, and black colors it displays are on a flap like extension of its abdomen, which can be raised and lowered.

They also have a third pair of legs that can be raised in display and clapped to further help attract the ladies. When the male approaches a potential mate he vibrates his abdomen while simultaneously waving his raised legs and tail. As if that is not enough he also dances from side to side. This mating ritual can last from as little as four minutes up to as many as fifty.

When the female, the brown spider at the end of the video, views this complex display she may be interested and choose to mate with the male. There is the risk that she may already be carrying eggs, or just not impressed. If she is not interested she may attack, kill, and feed on him, but if he is quick enough, he can escape by jumping long distances to get away from the angry female.

Check out the video to witness the bizarre and intricate mating ritual. You may just learn a new dance move and appreciation for the cute tiny spiders!

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This Guy Felt A Bite On His Arm But Didn’t Think Much Of It. He Went To Bed Woke Up and Saw THIS

At first, Alex Beer, a thirty two year old man from Kent, UK didn’t realize anything was wrong. Thinking it must have been due to an allergy, he brushed off worry and hoped it would get better, but the severity of the situation dawned on him as his arm quickly swelled, expanding at an alarming rate. Alex had been bitten by a false widow, the most infamous spider in all of Britain, and as you will soon see for yourself, his condition worsened to the point that he rushed to the hospital.

Upon arrival, it was discovered that his kidneys were rapidly failing and without prompt medical intervention the results would be grim. Fortunately for him, he was able to make it in time, and the skilled medical professionals were able to save not only his arm, but also his life! He had to stay in the hospital for nearly two weeks to bring his kidneys back to nominal function, and the damage to his arm was extensive, but with careful intervention they were able to help him on to the road to recovery.

For Alex, that road is not yet complete, but it seems he is through the worst of it. During his stay in the hospital, he underwent multiple rounds of intravenous antibiotics and saline. He did not know when he had been bitten and has no knowledge of the bite, but the presentation of his symptoms make the False Widow the likely culprit.

There are very few spiders in the world whose venom carries any threat for humans, but it would be wise to calmly look up which species of venomous spiders live in your area so that you are able to quickly identify them and stay out of their way until they can be safely moved to a new location. If you do not corner them or threaten them in any way they are unlikely to bother you, and the non venomous spiders are very helpful, it is not nice to hurt them.

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VIDEO: This Guy Felt A Serious Itch In His Ear. So He Grabbed A Camera and Caught THIS Popping Out

Ugh. Like, really, really yucky stuff going on here. This is a terrible event in a man’s life that most people would never wish upon their worst enemy. I can’t even imagine how I would respond if, after investigating an itch in my ear, this is what I encountered. A spider! A real, live spider, with eyes! The little creature came peeking out of the man’s ear hole to see what the fuss was about, and when the eight legged beast was struck by the bright light of the camera, he sneakily crept back into his hiding spot.

Feeling and hearing all of the commotion, the recipient of the intrusion still had yet to conclude what the problem was until he turned his camera around to look into his own audio-orifice. Creepiest. Footage. Ever. If this man has arachnophobia, he could possibly be dead from a heart attack. Conversely, it might help him get over his fear. Perhaps he grows fond of tender tickle of the spider, as it grows used to the hearty scent of his freshly waxed ear hole.

A filthy proposition, I readily admit, but who can stop themselves from wondering if it could, indeed, be possible? They could go on to become the unlikeliest of friends, a true story of unprecedented transformation, from the deepest guttural fear to the heights of interspecies friendship.

It is not unheard of for bonding to happen between humans and insects. One needs only look at the ardent beekeeper, dedicated as he is to his bee family, whose lives are supported by the work of his hands. They, in turn, are so comfortable with him that they will cling to his face, forming a bee beard so magnificent, songs have been written about it. What do you think about this video? Let us know.

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This Is The Reason You Should Check Inside Your Shoes Before Putting Them On. This Is Scary!

It’s the stuff nightmares are made of, especially if you happen to suffer from arachnophobia. Even if you aren’t among the estimated 3.5 to 6.1% of the population that is deathly afraid of spiders (source: Wikipedia), this video will likely make you feel more than a little squeamish. It comes out of Australia, the continent that’s known for being the home of more dangerous and deadly animals than any place else on Earth.

While the people living there are taught from an early age on about how to best avoid all of the dangers, the occasional wildlife run-in becomes inevitable sooner or later. This footage shows one of those panic-attack inducing moments and if you really hate spiders, avert your eyes and consider yourself warned.

The man filming explains that his young son had left his sneakers outside over the weekend. In Australia, such practice is never recommended as you never know what might take the opportunity to crawl up inside and make them its new home. Thankfully, dad knows best and before his son could stick his foot in the shoe, he checked it out first.

It turns out that the blue and orange sneaker contained a very unwelcome guest indeed, as was evidenced by the sticky mass of cobwebs that visibly reached deep down inside it. Alerted to the danger, dad wasn’t taking any chances and he thoroughly fumigated the shoe with a few good blasts of insect spray.

When no spider came crawling out, he grabbed a stick to poke around with and then suddenly out popped a large, shiny, black funnel web spider. Before he cuts the man ends the whole drama with a perfectly timed and humorously dry remark, “Welcome to Australia.” Eek!!

Funnel web spiders are among the most deadly spiders in the world because of their highly venomous bite. They love dark, moist areas and seek out tight spaces to burrow in, like a child’s shoe. Rather than run away and hide when they’re threatened or provoked, they act aggressive and will stand their ground and fight, often rearing up on their hind legs to better display their fangs.

When they do bite a person it’s often more than just once and it’s described as incredibly painful. If a male bites you, the venom he’s injecting into your body is almost six times more toxic than his female counterpart, which is why males are believed responsible for more severe cases and reported fatalities. Children are at a higher risk for funnel web spider bites because of their small size and about half of all annually reported cases involve kids.

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