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Published on Nov 19, 2009

*Don't watch this in HD* This is a female Sydney funnel web spider that I caught. Some bugs got eaten. PLEASE do not watch if this offends you. i was not fighting insects, i was feeding a spider. Otherwise, hope you enjoy :)

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Mitchel Mills
That's the coolest beginning
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shyla gronko
ikr that was funny
Nolan Roberts
Mineav because the spider came outta nowhere and attached the spider XD
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Ulver27
i would be so glad if some species just wouldnt exist....
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Market Power PLugin
+ian brown Yeh, that could pose a lil bit a dilemma. But still the video is good and highlights this spiders awesome talent of acquiring food 
ian brown
+Market Power PLugin I think they really ARE that bad (for spiders - bearing in mind that spiders in general kill way fewer people than people seem to think).  Since antivenom in 1981, Funnelwebs don't kill anybody any more.  Before that, only like 18 people in the entire history of 'modern' Australia.  But almost all deaths were in Sydney alone - if they were Australia wide, with todays population and no antivenom, it would be much higher.
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SCP Researcher LEVEL: 05, Theta Utarefson
1:22 RKO
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Jarred Perez
SCP Researcher LEVEL: 05, Theta Utarefson JAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJJAAJJAJAAJAJWIJJDIANWODID2ND
Crazy Quicksilver
Queen Theta Scarlet XD
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AkibaMCRGrenias
Why am i watching this?! Why?! Why do i keep watching videos like this over an over again! :'( i fucking hate spiders
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Dark Seraphim
Because you just know a spider will eat you tonight while you sleep...
Harold
Itchy Itchiford rip grammar
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69roadr
rottweiler of spiders
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divinuminfernum
+GGO: Sinon  actually, i just went looked up Mesothelai and the info on it does seem connected to the funnel web what the walkign with monsters wiki has is : Mesothelae" is actually the name of a primitive group of spiders, one family, Liphistiidae, of which is alive today. No member of Mesothelae, or indeed any spiders living or extinct, are known to have been as large as the creature shown in Walking with Monsters. The name "Mesothelae" was actually a late change from "Megarachne". This fossil creature was once thought to be a giant spider but is now known to have been a sea scorpion that lived in swamps in South America; however, this was not found out until after animation for the series had been finished. Megarachne was later mentioned in Pterygotus' page in The Complete Guide to Prehistoric Life.[3]" i see also that the funnel web and tarantulas all come from the mygalomorph family and its oldest ancestor is Rosamygale from the triassic period
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Andrew B.
NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE! NOPE!
A Jay
lol
Matt Sinz
I'm so glad i live in Vic. I only have to worry about lowland copper head snakes, eastern tiger snakes, red bellied black snakes, eastern brown snakes, eastern small eyed snakes, redback spiders and blue ringed octopuses.
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Davidmxhn
Mitchel Mills black widows too if you live near west Virginia
ian brown
+Mitchel Mills You guys have Grizzly Bears though... they can rip your head off and no amount of antivenom will save you!
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JYC422
I CAN FEEL IT ALL OVER MY BODY
0Imtheslime0
Is like sending an killer bulldog towards a Chihuahua..
Zaine Hatherill
A*
Justin Leo
These aren't supposed to be fights, just him feeding a spider.
SCP Researcher LEVEL: 05, Theta Utarefson
ah shit! an actual living dinosaur!
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SCP Researcher LEVEL: 05, Theta Utarefson
SHIT! THATS WORSE
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