Ugh-they hatched! *Warning* If spiders gross you out don't look!

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  1. Alex06

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    Thousands of tiny spider babies are a bit gross, I do admit, even though I don't usually mind spiders, but their quantity is ... :pale: ... well, yes, erm, you know.
    But I find your PHOTOS of them really good and very, very interesting!
    Mama Spider is also to be seen in the first. Nice. What fruit is this?
     
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    It's a pomegranite. And because you can only see the spiders on one side my husband tried to pick it. He reached for it as I screamed "nooooooooooo!" When he touched it I had to look away. :confused:
     
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    Makes me feel icky just looking at them...
     
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    i had about 100 of similar creepy crawlies in my house. It still gives me the heebie-jeebies just thinking about it. This second pic here brings back those oh-so-fond memories...
     

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