Spider of the Day


Brazilian Wandering Spider

Brazilian Wandering Spider

One of the most deadly spiders in the world was found in the produce section of an upscale Oklahoma grocery store.

[…]  Patients not only experience overall pain and an increase in blood pressure, they also get an uncomfortable erection.

In Brazil, emergency room staff can immediately spot the victims of a bite.

Heh.

Happy Brazilian Wandering Spider

UPDATE: Hey, Look!  Wozza has more spiders – Australian spider funnies😉

15 Responses to “Spider of the Day”

  1. Health Blog » Blog Archive » Spider of the Day Says:

    […] Read the rest here:  Spider of the Day […]

  2. thefrollickingmole Says:

    Oh great, now the missus wants one for a pet…. I cant think why….

    • bingbing Says:

      What? Are you getting on a bit, mate?😉

      Or is she?

      (I’m in big trouble now, right?)

  3. bingbing Says:

    When Viagra just doesn’t cut it anymore…

  4. nilk Says:

    I love spiders.

    I still miss mine, even though I gave her to the zoo 7 years ago.

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  7. stephanie Says:

    holy shit what the hell i’m never eating a banana again!!!AHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. alex Says:

    i wonder what happens when they get bitten?

  9. tyler de sousa Says:

    omg i like spiders soooo much!!!!! yum❤❤❤

  10. Holly Rubenok Says:

    I LUV SOMEONE IN THE CLASS WHO”S NAME START WITH A K!

    • Carpe Jugulum Says:

      I think someone need to go back to facebook, and, strive to reach puberty

    • bingbing Says:

      Relax, Carpe. It’s the whole Failbook phenomenon.

  11. sjl197 Says:

    The spider on the banana’s is harmless (to humans), it’s Heteropoda venatoria

    • Carpe Jugulum Says:

      Sure – all the spiders say that.


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