A woman saved a very big huntsman spider and let it go.

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In the news recently, there was a story about a woman who rescued a really big huntsman spider and released it back into the wild. It’s unclear why this became headline-worthy, but it seems like the woman showed empathy towards the spider. It’s refreshing to see positive stories like this getting attention, especially since there’s often a focus on negative news.

Did you know that there are approximately 40,000 different types of spiders known to us? Surprisingly, only a small number of them are actually considered dangerous.

In the United States, there are thousands of different species of spiders. However, when it comes to spiders that can harm humans, the list is relatively short. The black widow and brown recluse spiders are the main ones to watch out for. It’s important to note that this might not be the case in every part of the world, but in the United States, we can consider ourselves fortunate in that regard.

In the video from Barnyard Betty’s Rescue, the spider named “Charlotte” has a striking appearance, resembling a creature that seems capable of flexing its muscles and chugging energy drinks with enthusiasm.

In a social media post, Betty expressed her admiration for Charlotte, the spider she rescued, describing her as a beautiful creature and considering her one of her most successful rescues to date.

Thank you for providing more information! It’s great to know that Charlotte is a real and sizable Huntsman Spider. Based on your location in Queensland, Australia, it’s not surprising to come across such fascinating creatures. It’s impressive to see an unaltered photo of her as well!

I let her go on the farm after saving her, so I can’t take more pictures or videos of her, sorry. People wanted to kill her, but she was a pretty and peaceful spider. She wasn’t mean at all and just wanted to eat bugs and live peacefully, like most spiders. She didn’t deserve to be killed! Spiders are often misunderstood and it’s sad.

At Barnyard Betty’s Rescue, we believe that all creatures, big or small, are accepted and welcomed with open arms. It doesn’t matter what they look like, they will find a safe haven here.

The name “Huntsman spider” is given to these spiders because they are known for being fast and hunting their prey in a specific manner. Additionally, they have sometimes been called “giant crab spiders” due to their resemblance to crabs, which is quite self-explanatory.

These enormous eight-legged creatures are sometimes called “wood spiders” because they tend to inhabit areas such as mine shafts, forests, or woodpiles. In southern Africa, they are known as “rain spiders,” while the name “lizard-eating spiders” is used to evoke a rather frightening image.

Huntsman spiders come in various species, with over a thousand different types found in tropical and warm temperate regions across the globe. These regions include Australasia, Asia, Africa, the Americas, and the Mediterranean Basin.

Spiders have a tendency to evoke fear in many human beings, to the extent that people often report experiencing hallucinations of spiders upon waking up. It is a common phenomenon where individuals perceive spiders slowly fading away from their vision as they wake up from a deep sleep. This is something that many people frequently report experiencing.

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