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largest spider fossil ever found. Twas as big as a dog. Have that one chase you through the yard ;D

PHOTO: Largest Spider Fossil Ever Found

Fossilised spider 'biggest on record' The female, which lived about 165 million years ago, belongs to a collection of spiders well known today - the golden orb weavers. Until this new fossil turned up in Inner Mongolia, the most ancient example from this

Largest spider in Florida: Golden silk orb-weaver (Banana spider) https://youtu.be/yr4pD-Et7js

Largest spider in Florida: Golden silk orb-weaver (Banana spider) https://youtu.be/yr4pD-Et7js

The South American Goliath birdeater (Theraphosa blondi) is the world's largest spider, according to Guinness World Records. Its legs can reach up to one foot (30 centimeters) and it can weight up to 6 oz. (170 grams).

Goliath Encounter: Puppy-Sized Spider Surprises Scientist in Rainforest

The puppy sized spider. The South American Goliath birdeater (Theraphosa blondi) is the world's largest spider, according to Guinness World Records. Its legs can reach up to one foot centimeters) and it can weight up to 6 oz.

﴾͡๏̯͡๏﴿ Its a Fact

Some of the largest spider webs in the world are built by anelosimus eximius, a breed of social spiders that work together as a community. Over spiders can live on one web until they eventually.

"Opening and closing lower cabinet doors, she found two frying pans and began layering bacon in the largest."

"Opening and closing lower cabinet doors, she found two frying pans and began layering bacon in the largest.

For Use/Numen: a design collective's installation made out of over 117,000 feet of packing tape. featured inside Odeon, an old stock exchange building in Vienna. breathtaking.

Designers Spin Spidey-Worthy Webs From Packing Tape

These awesome packing tape installations by Austrian collaborative group For Use – comprising Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler and Nikola Radeljkovic – are constructed by wrapping transpar…

Rod Crawford, spider expert at the Burke Museum, holds a Goliath Bird Eater (Theraphosa blondi), which hitched a ride to Seattle from Cuba on some produce. This is a smallish example of a Goliath, the largest spider species in the world by mass and size. No, they don’t eat birds.

Rod Crawford, spider expert at the Burke Museum, holds a Goliath Bird Eater (Theraphosa blondi), which hitched a ride to Seattle from Cuba on some produce. This is a smallish example of a Goliath, the largest spider species in the world by mass and size. No, they don’t eat birds.

World’s SECOND largest Spider, The Goliath jumper Spider! It's NOT the biggest. That award goes to the giant huntsman spider, a friend of Australia's.

World’s SECOND largest Spider, The Goliath Bird Eating Spider! It's NOT the biggest. That award goes to the giant huntsman spider, a friend of Australia's.

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