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If you deal with wolf spiders with your bare hands (really? If you do this, you could be bitten. Wolf spider bites, like the nursery web spider bites mentioned above, may be unpleasant for a short period of time but are typically not harmful. My teacher buddy told me the following anecdote. She spotted a ruckus in the corner of her class caused by a bunch of lads. When she looked into it, she realized they were torturing a helpless Tigrosa helluo who had stumbled inside the building. She provided the spider an escape route by putting her pencil (eraser end first) in front of it, hoping it would climb onto the pencil and allow her to bring it outside. The spider, much to her surprise, quickly ran all the way up the pencil and bit her on the thumb, ouch! She then let the ungrateful spider go outside. Her thumb ached for a few days. Once again, proof that no good act goes unpunished.

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Tiger Spider No. 9

The Tiger Spider, also known as the Funnel-web Tarantula, is one of the most terrifying spiders in the world, distinguished by its black stripes on its abdomen. It has a leg span of around 8 cm. These spiders may be found in a number of South American nations, most notably Argentina and Chile. It is also known as the long-legged spider. These spiders may be found both inside and outdoors, in dark and concealed areas. It has a unique way of hunting at night. It sneaks up on its target before contracting its abdomen and projecting a very sticky spider-web thread. This entangles the prey, even if it is bigger than the spider; the spider then injects its poison, which is produced from its venom gland.

ten. the Katipo spider Wikimedia Commons/Jess Costall If the rear end of this New Zealand spider appears familiar, it's because it shares it with some very nasty, very notorious sisters: American widows. No squishing with katipo spiders. Wikimedia Commons/Jess Costall Katipo spiders are regarded one of the most toxic species in New Zealand, and they're timid critters, but their venom packs a punch, and skinny dipping anywhere in their habitat would be quite dangerous.

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