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By ASEPALECO Foundation - February 01, 2024
🆔Phoneutria fera The Brazilian wandering spider (P.fera) appears in the Guinness Book of Records in 2010 as the most poisonous spider in the world. The venom causes severe pain and inflammation after the bite. In lethal concentrations, loss of muscle control and difficulty breathing occur, which can lead to paralysis and eventual asphyxia. However, the spider's mouthparts are designed to poison very small prey and are therefore not well suited to attacking large mammals such as humans…

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