Brown Recluse is the deadliest of spider species because a single bite from a Brown Recluse can prove fatal. However, these spiders are rarely aggressive. This spider species is rated at the top of 10 most dangerous spider species in the world.
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Brazilian Wandering Spider
As the name suggests, this spider species is commonly found in Brazil. The Brazilian Wandering Spider is rated 3rd amongst top 10 most dangerous spiders.
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It is a subfamily of spiders, formally known as Atracinae. Some of the spider species included in this family has medically significant venom. Bite from a funnel-web spider can prove deadly if not treated in time.
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Mouse spiders have been gifted with the ability to survive in any climatic conditions. This spider species is very aggressive and would attack on the slightest provocation. Mouse spiders are ranked number 5, of the top 10 most dangerous spiders.
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Red Back Spider
As the name suggests, Red Back Spiders have a red spot at their backs. This spider species is commonly found in Australia and is rated 6th amongst the 10 most deadly spiders.
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Wolf spiders are commonly found in the US and Europe. Although bite from a Wolf Spider is not fatal, it can result into serious skin infections. Wolf spiders occupy the 7th place amongst the 10 most deadly spider species.
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Goliath Birdeater Tarantula
Just the appearance and size of a Goliath Birdeater Tarantula can cause panic. However, its bite is not very dangerous and only results in minor pain and swelling.
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