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feck offfff. as if that can be real.
THAT IS DISGUSTING
WHAT THE HELL IS WITH THIS ANCIENT poo, IM WASTING MY LIFE!
btw the pic is fake, its a spider eating another spide...snopes :)
They`re nasty little things, if you aggravate them, but all they want is shade, which is why they `chase` soldiers.
Yeah, because no other country in the world has large bugs. *rolls eyes*
Interestingly stated since the first "Gulf War" was in 1991.
Sadly, this picture was taken by soldiers in Iraq, meaning it was 2003 or later... nice job.
ny1, even though it uses photo illusions, i`d still not like those arachnids in my tent. yes, i know they`re not spiders, but they`re still technically part of the arachnid family.
Anyway have already seen this, but this thing is huge nevertheless...
And as squinge69 said we get way bigger spiders in Aus, the ghost gum tree out the front tends to produce the ocasional monster hunsman that decides to crawl in the house away from the heat.
I had one in my bed. They run EXTREMELY fast, much faster than a man. They CAN jump, and they eat pretty much anything the can grab. This includes birds, lizards, mice, fingers, etc.
They can easily grow to dinner-plate size. They are also very hard to kill, being immune to most poisons, too strong for sticky traps, and too fast for a boot.
-There are 2 of them -They resemble spiders, but are technically not-They dont eat flesh (for those of you who went to snopes but didnt read all the way down)-They do look creepy as hell, but are relatively harmless to humans as long as we leave them alone
look at the gys sleeve in top right its an illusion
uusally thaey are small , they have a latin name
it means "hiding from the sun"
It`s not a spider, and they`re only about 4-6 inches I beleive on average. They won`t hurt a person either. Like someone said before, the worst they do is try to stay in your shadow or find a dark place to stay out of the sun.
nah just kidding :D. im pretty sure the only thing relating it to a spider is its name, i think its related to a scorpion.
gives me the willys all the same though
haha i said willy lol
Also like was said these aren`t nearly as big as they appear in the picture. It was a simple camera trick.
I first saw this pic during the gulf war ffs.