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Can You Pick The Spider That Won't Kill You?
Nope, the Brazilian wandering spider is often considered the most dangerous spider in the world. Not only is its venom highly toxic but also its bite is intensely painful. Nice one.
The black widow's venom contains a neurotoxin that is dangerous and potentially fatal to humans. Try again!
Considered one of the most dangerous spiders in the world, the Sydney funnel-web spider has highly toxic venom and often bites repeatedly. Oh, and it also has large fangs. Sleep tight.
Nah, the brown recluse spider's venom is potentially deadly and can cause necrosis or even the bursting of red blood cells.
The redback spider's venom can be lethal — infants can die within hours of being bitten, but death in some adults has taken up to 30 days. Good job! You're dead.
You’re alive! Hallelujah! That’s a Goliath birdeater tarantula and it won’t kill you! However, its fangs can totally break your skin, but its venom is relatively harmless and comparable to a wasp sting. Also, its leg hairs can cause severe discomfort and physical irritation. But, hey, you're alive!