Arachnids scuttle on the walls and ceiling in the real-life horror filmed by a mother in Sydney, Australia.
The female trapdoor spider known as Number 16 lived a quiet life underground.
The animal, called Chimerarachne, was found by a team of researchers preserved in a piece of amber from a remote rainforest in Myanmar.
Look away now arachnophobes.
Well that's just brilliant.
They can have a leg span of up to 12 inches and deliver a ferocious bite that is extremely painful. So it’s with some trepidation
It would take 2,000lbs of spiders to consume a 200lb man in one day.
If you’re an arachnophobe you might want to stop reading now. Because two biologists have published a paper on the dining
'They are major natural enemies of insects.'
As if their venomous fangs, hairy legs and unholy sex routines weren’t enough to contend with, scientists have now revealed