House Spiders In Australia Are So Big They Catch Mice For You
October 26, 2016
Hunstman spiders, also called giant crab spiders, do not make webs so you never have to worry about where they are because, usually, they're in plain sight inside your house. And since they don't catch meals in webs, they have to use their speed to catch food. Yes, hunstman spiders are not only huge, they're really, really fast.
So as Jason Womal was getting ready for work one morning, his neighbor called him and said, "Hey, want to see something cool?" That "something" turned out to be a huntsman spider carrying around a mouse in his kitchen.
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