The House Spider is a unique animal that can grow to be 6 feet long and weigh up to 500 pounds.
While its not a domestic species, it is very common in the wild, and can also be found in other parts of the world, including Mexico, Colombia, Australia, and Brazil.
The species is found in China, where it can be found on rooftops, sidewalks, and on roofs.
The spider is native to Southeast Asia, and has been known to hitchhike across borders.
House Spiders are known for being very territorial, which can lead to fights when people try to capture them.
When they mate, they lay their eggs on the body of another male, who will then carry the baby into adulthood and feed it on their own.
While house spiders aren’t venomous, the female is extremely aggressive when it comes to attacking males, and will bite them when it feels threatened.
It is also possible for the female to use her body as a shield to fend off attacks from males that are looking for a mate.
House spiders can have a long life span, and are typically found in urban areas.
If you’re interested in learning more about the House Spider, check out our list of tips for staying safe when it’s in your neighborhood.
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