Spiders are one of the most dangerous creatures in the world. These eight legged members of the arachnid family could be very dangerous to people living near them. Here is the list of the 3 most dangerous spiders.
Funnel Web Spider: One of the most dangerous spiders, the male of this species is considered to be the most dangerous spider living in Australia. The Funnel-web is a large and aggressive mygalomorph spider with large, powerful fangs. These come up with venom before opening like a flick knife. The spider then drives its fang into its victim to deliver the blow. Bites from this creature can cause death in as little as fifteen minutes. The male member of this species is far more dangerous than female, his venom being four to six times more toxic than that of female.
Black Widow Spider: These dangerous spiders are found throughout North America, and in some parts of South America. The name of this spider comes from her habit of eating her partner after mating. Female black widows are true killers and their shiny black bodies are around one inch long, making them four times larger than the size of males. Black widow has powerful venom, and it can be lethal for children and unhealthy adults. Black widow uses her hairy legs to capture prey and then delivers a deadly bite. These spiders are responsible for a few human deaths, their venom causes severe pain and cramps as it spreads throughout the body. Black widow bite symptoms include increased heart rate, dizziness, fainting, fever, sweating and headache.
Brazilian Wandering Spider: This species is ranked as the most venomous spider in the world. Brazilian wandering spider was first discovered in Brazil and they are found in different parts of the world including the United States, Canada, Argentina, Mexico and Uruguay. These spiders are found inside bunches of bananas and are also known as banana spiders. Brazilian wandering spiders are usually found in towns and villages, posing great danger to people living nearby. Bite from this spider can be fatal and death can result in just a few minutes if antivenom is not taken immediately.