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View Fiddleback Spider Pictures, high quality and high resolution photographs, also known as Brown Recluse Pictures or Fiddle Back Pictures by Paul Brown Pest Control in Altus Oklahoma

Etymologist Piotr Naskrecki studies katydids, a type of insect related to crickets. He walks alone and at night into the depths of South American rainforests as part of his research. He walks carefully through the forest, taking pains not to disturb anyone or anything he comes across, and listens for the faint trill of the insect's wings.  A few years ago, while studying in Guyana, Naskrecki and immersed in his ritual, Naskrecki heard a sound of heavy feet rustling nearby. As he ...

EDIT: The Goliath Birdeating spider is the SECOND biggest spider in the world, to the Australian Giant Huntsman Spider.

I am gonna have bad dreams tonight.  Wait...brown widow???

The Brown Widow Spider is not as toxic, but you need to be aware of this information.

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View Fiddleback Spider Pictures, high quality and high resolution photographs, also known as Brown Recluse Pictures or Fiddle Back Pictures by Paul Brown Pest Control in Altus Oklahoma

Scary Animals Brazilian Wandering Attacking The Worlds Most Deadliest Animals You Dont Know About

The World’s Deadliest Animals You Don’t Know About

Brazilian wandering spider eggs have been found on bananas in American supermarkets.

Wolf spider. We found a bunch of these in our kayaks a year ago. It gave me the heebie jeebies all day. Nowadays, no kayaking until after the craft passes spider inspection!

We found a bunch of these in our kayaks a year ago. It gave me the heebie jeebies all day. Nowadays, no kayaking until after the craft passes spider inspection!

Bird Eating Spider, Pamphobeteus antinous, Peru, 8/97  I saw an interesting special about these tarantulas at the Annual Bug Fair. The tribal people refer to these spiders as “the gift of the gods” because they make great traveling snacks. A pregnant spider is considered to be a special treat because the eggs can be made into an omelet. Nothing goes to waste; even the fangs are used as toothpicks.

Bird Eating Spider, Pamphobeteus antinous, Peru, 8/97 I saw an interesting special about these tarantulas at the Annual Bug Fair. The tribal people refer to these spiders as “the gift of the gods” because they make great traveling snacks. A pregnant spider is considered to be a special treat because the eggs can be made into an omelet. Nothing goes to waste; even the fangs are used as toothpicks.

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