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Bird netting is something awfully dangerous for reptiles, so it's a good thing Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7 was there to help this eastern brown snake. They carefully cut the snake from the netting to then meticulously remove the rest of it from its head. 

Some folks are completely afraid of spiders and we get it. This giant tarantula would darn right startle us too. A group of bikers in Brazil was surprised by this tarantula but perhaps it was just being friendly? Via ViralHog

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