Posted: 03:56 GMT, Dec.. November 2020 | Updated: 06:03 GMT, Jan.. November 2020
An Australian man shared a terrifying photo of a giant hunter the size of a face perched on his living room wall.
Jake Gray saw the spider at his home in Cairns, Far North Queensland a year ago, only to find that it had grown to monstrous size 12 months later.
‘Look at this tall girl. . . the mighty hunter, ”he wrote on the Australian spider identification page.
Jake Gray found the spider on the wall of his house in Cairns, north Queensland, and said it had lived there for about a year.
While Mr.. Gray seemed to be able to cope with the arachnid that lived on his property, other social media commentators weren’t as enthusiastic about the spider’s size.
« Bruh, this is the spider’s house now. Make sure they have a copy of the certificate, « wrote another person.
« It will have to start paying rent and contributing to its upkeep soon, » commented one user.
Fellow Queenslanders shared their own stories of finding creepy spiders in unfortunate places, with a woman finding a banded hunter in her car.
‘A few years ago when I was driving to school on the Gold Coast, my son in the back seat said to his brother in the front, « What’s that behind your head? » one woman wrote.
Queenslander colleagues shared their own stories of finding creepy spiders in unfortunate places. A woman found a banded hunter in her car (picture)
Another woman was driving in the car last month when she saw a giant hunter crawling in the car (picture right)
Another woman said she was driving her car when she spotted an ominous shadow crawling across the window.
« I almost crashed, the poor people at the production site had to get it out for me, » she wrote.
A Queensland woman went into her laundry to use the bathroom but found two hunters near the toilet.
A man posted a picture of a hunter so big it takes up much of the rear window of his car (image).
A Queensland woman went into her laundry to use the bathroom but found two hunters near the toilet
« They gave me a heart attack and made me pee on the back lawn, » she said.
There are more than 155 different species of hunter in Australia. They are large, long-legged spiders and mostly gray and brown in color with banded legs.
Hunter spiders are large, long-legged spiders. They are usually gray to brown, sometimes with banded legs.
They often live under loose bark on trees, in crevices on rock walls and in tree trunks, under rocks and bark slabs on the ground and on foliage.
Many hunter spiders have flattened bodies that are suitable for living in tight spaces under loose bark or crevices. This is supported by their legs, in which the joints are not bent vertically towards the body, but twisted in such a way that they spread like a crab forwards and sideways.
Hunter spiders of many species sometimes enter homes. They are also notorious for getting into cars and hiding behind sun visors or running across the dashboard.
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