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Originally posted by gothica91
...squishing a thing this size doesnt seem right. You need to shoot it...
Originally posted by AnAbsoluteCreation
...I would have a field day on that thing with a shotgun...
Originally posted by Creedo
In all seriousness the legspan on one particular spider I killed was at least as big as a silver dollar with an abdomen the size of a nickel.
Originally posted by LazarusTheLong
Now as to this centipede... Help a buddy out here... WHERE ARE THESE FOUND?
I know they dont get that big here, but where does that happen?
The giant bat-eating centipede is the most formidable invertebrate predator of all.
These highly aggressive creatures inhabit caves in Venezuela and can grow to 13 inches long.
They feed on bats by scaling vertical walls and capturing them while hanging upside down from the cave ceiling – behaviour that has been filmed for the first time in Life In The Undergrowth.