You probably don’t need to worry too much about a regular spider bite unless you have an allergy. But a venomous spider is a different story. Allergic reactions from them are more severe. Venomous spiders are easy to identify by their pattern. For instance, a black body with red “hourglass” coloration on the underside of its abdomen signifies a black widow. And the venom of a black widow spider causes immediate pain at the bite site and then spreads to other areas of the body.
The black widow is one of the most venomous spiders in the world. Poison 15 times more potent than a rattlesnake’s! They won’t touch you if you don’t touch them – that’s why they prefer quiet, undisturbed areas like attics and sheds. But if they feel threatened – or worse, she’s got eggs to protect! – this normally shy 8-legged introvert will come for you! So what happens to your body when a spider bites you? And what to do about a spider bite?
Why the black widow spider can bite you 1:07
… and what will happen if it does that 2:39
Brown recluse bite 5:20
Wandering spider 6:43
Great Spider 😲 8:10
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