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25 Most Terrifying Spiders On Earth
People are terrified of spiders, and rightfully so. No matter how many scientists try to tell us not to be afraid of spiders — they’re just freaky looking. They’re like nature’s horror movie. Even if it can’t hurt you… ew!
Anyone who tries to argue that spiders aren’t scary either has too much time on their hands, is flat-out weird, or both. These spiders prove that.
1. Tube dwelling spider
Their front legs point forward, unlike most spiders. Scientists have no clear answer why and “think” it “appears” to be a way for them to live in tubes. Why do they want to live in tubes and why don’t we know for sure? Get on this, science! The life you save may be one of ours.
They’re known to spin some seriously complicated webs out in the wild. Any spider with smarts on a level like that is seriously up to no good. Why does a spider need to have architectural skills? They’ve got a plan and it’s probably best to not be there when it happens.
3. Trapdoor Spider
These sneaky sons of guns build little burrows, line them with webbing, construct a manhole cover out of dirt, and sit in the burrow waiting. Just waiting. Then when something walks by… bam, they throw the door open and drag the unsuspecting critter into their lair of death.
4. Spruce-Fir Moss Spider
Found in North Carolina and Tennessee, these guys hide under rocks and leaves for no other reason than to scare you to death. They are technically an endangered species
5. Triangulate cobweb spider
You know when you walk through the hallway and get wrapped up in a spider web and freak out? It’s this guy’s handiwork. While they actually serve a great service by eating other more dangerous pests
6. Sydney Funnel-Web Spider
Bites from males can be lethal, but you don’t need to worry unless you live in the Australia.
7. Brazilian Wandering Spider
Stay clear as their bites are lethal and they are aggressive by nature.
8. Mexican red banded tarantula
8 1/2 . Goliath Bird Eating Spider
Goliath Bire Eating Spider
This spider is not lethal to humans, but due to the fact that they are the biggest and heaviest in the world.
animal-kid.com Goliath Bird Eating Spider
9. Bagheera Kiplingi
This spider is not deadly and eats a vegetarian diet
10. Peacock Spider
This spider found in Australia looks friendly but certainly is not.
11. Golden Silk Orb-Weaver
The golden silk orb-weavers build their webs right at eye level for most humans, their bite is not lethal to us.
12. Giant Camel Spider
This spider can run up to ten miles per hour.
13. Happy Face Spider
It is safe to assume that no spider with a smiley face on its back is actually friendly.
14. Redback Spider
This scary spider can be found in Australia and has recently been recorded to kill a snake.
15. Tarantula Wolf Spider
These spiders are scary looking, but their bite is nothing more than a bee sting.
16. Black Widow Spider
Their bites are said to be 15 times more toxic than a rattlesnake, but luckily enough for humans they are very timid and their first defense is to play dead.
17. Kauai Cave Wolf Spider
This spider has no eyes but is still as scary as they come.
18. Assassin Spider
These spiders are relatives of the dinosaurs and as a result look very ancient to any human.
19. Argyrodes Colubrinus
Any spider with a name that means snake-like is sure to find its way into your nightmares.
20. Zebra Spider
A spider that jumps, now that is scary!
21. Six-eyed Sand Spider
A cousin to the black recluse has venom that is just as deadly. However, this spider native to Northern Africa seldom bites.
22. Water Spider
The water spider has an intimidating look to it as well.
23. Bird Dung Crab Spider
When you look and smell like bird dung that’s a special kind of “no, thank you.”
24. Giant Huntsman Spider
The giant huntsman has the largest leg span of any spider in the world.
25. Mouse Spiders
Their bites are so deadly that humans have invested tons of money to ensure we have an anti-venom to fight it.