The colossal creepy crawly is bound to look like a waking nightmare to anyone with a fear of spiders

Behemoth spider pictured on a broom could be the biggest huntsman ever

Looks like we'll be climbing out the window then! Massive Huntsman spider is pictured hiding in between a door frame  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3361695/Is-world-s-biggest-spider-optical-illusion-Huge-spider-pictured-trying-sneak-house.html#ixzz3uUOyCmG3  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Internet goes wild over photo of 'huge Huntsman'

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Neil Bowman/FLPA/imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock Brown Huntsman Spider (Heteropoda jugulans), on door frame, Southeast Queensland, Australia.

It's incredibly rare for a huntsman to bite a human - they generally only do if you're really bugging them, and even then the bite is mild and pretty much harmless. | 18 Reasons The Huntsman Spider Is Your New Best Friend

18 Reasons The Huntsman Spider Is Your New Best Friend

Spider gifs that will make your skin crawl and have you calling someone in the other room to come kill this gallery for you.

Seriously guys, leave the huntsman alone, or scoop him up with some cardboard and a cup, and drop him outside.

Funny pictures about The only thing in Australia that won't kill you. Oh, and cool pics about The only thing in Australia that won't kill you. Also, The only thing in Australia that won't kill you.

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Top 10 Most Creepiest Spiders Around The World - 02 - Giant Huntsman Spider

Hunstman spider (harmless) rescued instead of just being killed. Nice story.

Terrifying photo of giant spider nicknamed Charlotte goes viral

Rescue group has something to say about "scary" giant huntsman spider

Huntsman spider by melvynyeo on deviantART

Source Sparassidae (formerly Heteropodidae) are a family of spiders known as huntsman spiders because of their speed and mode of hunting. They also are called giant crab spiders because of their si.

An adult male huntsman spider compared to a penny.<br />

Giant Huntsman Spider: World's Largest Spider By Leg Span

An adult male huntsman spider compared to a penny. Credit: Marie Knight/University of Florida.

Pretty sure Australia is the birthplace of Satan .- oh man & really like the idea to maybe move there

Pretty sure Australia is the birthplace of Satan

RAIN SPIDER They are part of the huntsman spider family, some species have a total leg span of up to 110mm. Rain spiders are hairy, bulbous and have visible fangs, and yet they are some of the least dangerous species

RAIN SPIDER They are part of the huntsman spider family, some species have a total leg span of up to 110mm. Rain spiders are hairy, bulbous and have visible fangs, and yet they are some of the least dangerous species

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