For The Last Year A Woman Has Lived Lin Her House With A Giant Spider


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Charlotte is a huntsman spider, which may grow to be fairly huge but is really rather sociable, according to Jake, Gray’s son. Huntsman spiders are not dangerous to people when left alone. And that’s how Jake’s mother has handled Charlotte: by letting her be.

Jake told The Dodo, “We’ve watched [Charlotte] develop over the last year or so.” “[She] didn’t annoy us at all. She wanders throughout the home, appears in different rooms, and consumes all the bugs.

Charlotte has undoubtedly been quite busy with that endeavor.

Credit: JAKE GRAY

She is around 15 cm broad, according to Jake. (That equals nearly 6 inches.)

Later, in an online comment, Annette said, “I think [Charlotte] is becoming bigger.

Credit: JAKE GRAY

The Grays’ family and friends have been very upset by the spider, and some have even jokingly suggested burning down the house to get rid of Charlotte. Fortunately, Annette is an excellent host and has been welcoming spiders into her home.

She wrote, “I don’t murder them. “[Charlotte] is safe.”


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