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#Arachnophobia

14 struggles that are too real if you're f**king TERRIFIED of spiders

There are no pictures of scary spiders in this article, we promise.

From TheJournal.ie Take a break and watch this terrified Irish mammy battling a huge spider Take A Break

Take a break and watch this terrified Irish mammy battling a huge spider

The arachnophobes among us feel for her, but it’s still pretty hilarious…

From TheJournal.ie Here's what you need to know about those huge spiders in your house Opinion

Here's what you need to know about those huge spiders in your house

It is generally agreed that the false widows’ bite is about as serious as a wasp or bee sting, writes Billy Flynn.

People with arachnophobia meet huge spiders

Terror town.

Oh, just a video of a girl with a LIVE GIANT SPIDER IN HER MOUTH

Here’s that nightmare you’ve been waiting for.

Fish-eating spiders exist, and here is horrifying proof

Well, this is awful.

From The42 OUCH: Golfer bitten by black widow spider used a tee to drain the venom Pain

OUCH: Golfer bitten by black widow spider used a tee to drain the venom

Daniela Holmqvist is officially harder than you.

THE RSPCA IS warning Britons to be on the lookout for tarantulas, according to the Telegraph. The animal welfare agency says it has received calls for assistance in catching the deadly spiders after members of the public discovered them lurking in their gardens.

The RSPCA responded to two separate calls regarding tarantula discoveries in the past few weeks. Both involved the 10cm-wide Chilean Rose variety (pictured). They are one of the most common breeds kept as pets, and are considered a ‘starter species’ for budding arachnid collectors.

The tarantulas are capable of blinding people, by spitting hairs into the eyes.

An insect expect said the discoveries suggested more than mere coincidence, and said they could be part of a larger batch. People living in the greater Manchester area have been warned to be vigilant.

Both tarantulas have been rehomed.