Melbourne: The world’s largest venomous funnel-web spider has emerged. An amateur expert has donated it to a research center that is researching its poison. Its sting is also extraordinarily large and strong, which can pierce even in human nails.
It is called the Mega Spider because it is the largest species of its kind. Its front to hind legs are 8 cm (3 inches) long and its stings are 2 cm long. But when spread, it can reach up to five centimeters.
According to experts, this is the biggest example that the poison found in it can save the lives of many people. According to a museum in the Australian Reptile Park, these spiders are usually two to five millimeters long, but the new discovery is unusual. He hoped that more spiders would be found that could be poisoned. However, the size of the Toronto and Whistling Spider can be very large.
Although the funnel-web spider is small, it is said to be a venomous spider that acts very quickly. In Australia alone, 13 people have died from spider bites and all of them have become victims of funnel-web spiders.
Although the antidote was developed in 1981, people in Australia still recognize and fear it. It is considered a symbol of fear and terror in Australian folklore. The antidote is made from its poison.