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Deadly spiders could be widespread

Saturday 24 May 2014 | Published in Environment

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Deadly spiders could be widespread
This image is of one of the adult black widow spiders discovered on Wednesday at a freight warehouse next to the Rarotonga airport. 14052315

Venomous black widow spiders and more than 40 cocoons containing at least 200 spider-lings have been found at Rarotonga airport.

Venomous black widow spiders and more than 40 cocoons containing at least 200 spider-lings have been found at Rarotonga airport.


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