When baby spiders are huddled together in their nest, they may appear to be a ball of tiny black-eyed peas. But when disturbed they will scatter, much like how these eight-legged creatures did when poked at by a homeowner.
When a local news team invited a tarantula to their studio for a segment, they didn't consider the severe arachnophobia of their skittish weatherman, who interrupted his own camera time to get away from the eight-legged creature.
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