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Nope... Time to sell the car!
Well, I don't know. According to @CaymanMatt it is not just unique, but very unique. And also the one and only. Apparently it's the onliest car of its kind. If you want it it's going to cost you.
 

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Ever heard a grown man scream like a little girl in total fear? That would be me if there were a spider on me!
 

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I've jumped like that with a spider like that!鈥攅ven though the Australian huntsman spider is harmless.
 

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I've jumped like that with a spider like that!鈥攅ven though the Australian huntsman spider is harmless.
Aren't ALL your snakes poisonous? What's with the wimpy spiders?
 

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Aren't ALL your snakes poisonous? What's with the wimpy spiders?
Not all the snakes are venomous, there are lots of 'constrictor' and other ones that aren't. It's just that many of the venomous ones we have are among the most dangerous in the world. The eastern brown is VERY venomous and will rear up and attack as high as thigh level! I've had one on my back porch.

The huntsman spider, like the one in the video, is harmless, but we have a black widow equivalent (the redback) which is everywhere. The nastiest spider I know, the Sydney Funnel-Web, is fortunately only close to Sydney (I'm a long way away), is tied for the most dangerous toxin in the world, and has been known to be aggressive and attack. I was getting a drink of water one night at a friend's place and encountered one on the kitchen floor. He reared up on his hind legs and moved towards my bare feet. I went back to bed thirsty.
 

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Not all the snakes are venomous, there are lots of 'constrictor' and other ones that aren't. It's just that many of the venomous ones we have are among the most dangerous in the world. The eastern brown is VERY venomous and will rear up and attack as high as thigh level! I've had one on my back porch.

The huntsman spider, like the one in the video, is harmless, but we have a black widow equivalent (the redback) which is everywhere. The nastiest spider I know, the Sydney Funnel-Web, is fortunately only close to Sydney (I'm a long way away), is tied for the most dangerous toxin in the world, and has been known to be aggressive and attack. I was getting a drink of water one night at a friend's place and encountered one on the kitchen floor. He reared up on his hind legs and moved towards my bare feet. I went back to bed thirsty.
Ah, thanks for the clarification. On second thought, I must have gotten the idea from one of my favorite Australian-related movies, "Father Goose"!
 

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The nastiest spider I know, the Sydney Funnel-Web, is fortunately only close to Sydney (I'm a long way away), is tied for the most dangerous toxin in the world, and has been known to be aggressive and attack. I was getting a drink of water one night at a friend's place and encountered one on the kitchen floor. He reared up on his hind legs and moved towards my bare feet. I went back to bed thirsty.
Sorry, there is just no way I would live in a place that has these things running around!馃槥 I appreciate spiders but when they start attacking, I'm out'a there!馃槤
 

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Come on they鈥檙e so friendly!....


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Haha! I was going to say, "Come on in, but leave your spider at the door!"
 
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