Goliath birdeater spider - Imagine a spider as big as a child's forearm that weighs as much as a puppy. That's how huge the South American Goliath birdeater — arguably the world's largest spider — can be!
The Biggest And Largest Spiders in the World- South American Goliath Bird- Eater Tarantula.
Desert Wolf Spider (Arachnida Araneae Araneomorphae Lycosidae Hoggicosa) Native only to Australia
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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.
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Solifugae - Wikipedia Sun spider
Puppy-Sized Spider Makes Us Want To Cuddle.
"The Brazilian wandering spiders appeared in Guinness World Records 2012 as the world's most venomous spider." - and it looks pissed!
Rainbow eyes, bug eyes, bug eyes with something looking like pupils in them, and more. Again, more helpful alien eye concepts.
Heteroscodra maculata (aggresive climbing spider, OW spider, temperature at least 25 degrees celsius, decent to lower moisture
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Giant Orb spider
"Do they sell fly spray in shotgun form?
Throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, tarantulas are called Baboon spiders. This is the hauntingly magnificent Togo starburst baboon spider, Heteroscodra maculata.
(Sorry, should have warned you about these guys ;G) Australian Kangaroo Island Wolf Spider, toxic with painful bite.
Six-Eyed Sand Spider (Sicarius sp.) They have medically significant venom.
"CREEPY CRAWLERS: rose tarantulas, which gets its name from its long red or pink hairs. This spider has been known to live for up to 20 years!actually they haven't been kept in human care long enough for humans to be certain of their total lifespan.