Golden Silk Orb Weaver

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  1. bulldurham

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    Also commonly known as a Banana Spider Banana-Spider.jpg


     
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    Very nice!

    As a side note, this picture clearly illustrates that I would never make a good spider. I can barely put my foot in a shoe when standing, so trying to put 8 feet on tiny little strands of web would be nearly impossible. I'd probably end up rolling down the web, taking the whole thing with me.
     
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    i hate this photo lol.. i am not a fan of spiders unless i know for sure they are not poisonous.. i guess bugs in general freak me out, always worried they are gonna bite me and kill me.

    put all that aside, its a great photo.. i might have tried to brighten up his back a little bit though
     
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    Lol. Those orbs can bite and leave a nice bump and burn. You would have to walk into one to get bit. But you are a high risk because you sit in their habitat with your hubble, your bound to get bit...Not poisoning to humans though.

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