Parachute Spiders Could Be Taking Over The East Coast Soon!

Japanese Joro orb-weaver spider eating a grasshopper

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Giant Joro Spiders could soon be taking over the east coast...

These 3 inch long spiders are relatively harmless however the unsettling part is that they spread so fast because they can use their webs as parachutes to ride the wind...let that sink in...the damn things fly.

They are primarily in Georgia but, because of the flying, they could be taking over the east coast soon.
They have been found as far away as (and get this)....OKLAHOMA...if you don't have a map handy...spoiler alert...that's a LONG WAY from Georgia.

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