A spider, considered the most lethal species in the world, was captured in the city of Vitor Meireles, in Santa Catarina, on Saturday 4.
According to the Fire Department, an individual sought the corporation and reported that the animal was in his residence.
The arachnid was 8 centimeters long – twice the standard size.
According to biologists in the region, the banana spider (or armed spider) has a toxin that aggressively affects the nervous system (neurotoxin).
The substance causes intense pain, tachycardia, and even pulmonary edema, which can lead to death.
The animal assumes a defensive position by raising its front . . .