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Now that name really rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it? Growing to an average 1 foot in body length and weighing in at 6 ounces, the Goliath Bird-Eating tarantula is the world’s largest spider. With 1-2 inch fangs, it hunts prey such as insects, earthworms, frogs and–true to its name–the occasional bird. Since the Goliath is nocturnal and lives in the rainforests of South America, you’re unlikely to encounter one (phew). Another moment of relief: although very painful, the Goliath’s bite is not deadly to humans.


Now that name really rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it? Growing to an average 1 foot in body length and weighing in at 6 ounces, the Goliath Bird-Eating tarantula is the world’s largest spider. With 1-2 inch fangs, it hunts prey such as insects, earthworms, frogs and–true to its name–the occasional bird. Since the Goliath is nocturnal and lives in the rainforests of South America, you’re unlikely to encounter one (phew). Another moment of relief: although very painful, the Goliath’s bite is not deadly to humans.

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