Nightmarish moment dozens of baby funnel webs are born

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Staff at the Australian Reptile Park have captured the moment that hundreds of baby spiders crawl out of their egg sack for the first time.


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Friskney Show: Funnel cloud lifts inflatable slide - BBC News

BBC News

A funnel cloud lifted an inflatable slide into the air at a Lincolnshire country show. Eyewitnesses at the Friskney Show, near Skegness, reported the inflatable taking off at about 13:20 BST and sailing about 30ft up in the air before landing on a nearby road. No-one was on the slide at the time as it had already closed when the weather started to change. Several stalls were damaged and a car's rear windscreen was smashed. Sam Stanhope, who was at the show, said: "It got extremely windy, it was very weird.


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Enormous funnel-web spider nicknamed after 'The Rock'

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Fox News Flash top headlines for Feb. 4 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. A funnel-web spider that was dropped off at the Australian Reptile Park earlier this year has been nicknamed after movie star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson because of its massive size. In January, the park asked members of the public to try to catch the spiders and bring them to safety, news.com.au The spiders are caught for their venom, which is milked and turned into antivenom to save people's lives, the outlet added.