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CZroe

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WTH is that?! It looks like a 3D printed spider
That's EXACTLY what I said.

Notice the extra irony that he was receiving PLA filament which had just been delivered for a 3D printer?

Definitely not 3D-printed though. His photo was an Apple Live Photo so I got to see the thing dangle and spin a little. One leg is dangling separately.

I think it's a spider that was wrapped to be eaten later by another spider, though I'd expect the legs to be wrapped against the body or torn off by the surviving spider.
 
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itsmydamnation

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Ichinisan went into the crawlspace yesterday to plug in an extension cable...
Its coming into spring in Australia, all the spiders are starting to come out again. Already had a huntsman the size of my hand greet me in my car the other day............ man i hate spiders.........
 

CZroe

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Its coming into spring in Australia, all the spiders are starting to come out again. Already had a huntsman the size of my hand greet me in my car the other day............ man i hate spiders.........
The kind we have here are normally that big. Also, they aren't really spiders. Australia is losing its edge/reputation. *coolshades*
 

itsmydamnation

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The kind we have here are normally that big. Also, they aren't really spiders. Australia is losing its edge/reputation. *coolshades*
The big spiders aren't the dangerous ones, i just hate big arse hairy spiders. A huntsmen will run away, a funnel web will chase you.
 

Thebobo

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They do a whole bunch of cover tunes. And the kids look like they are really enjoying it. I hated music class, was all about learning to read music, ugh.

A music teacher at Louisville Leopard Percussionists, a musical nonprofit for kids ages 7 to 12, has figured out a way to make class a LOT more fun for these little aspiring musicians—and it looks like it’s really working! Let’s just say that these kids are a heck of a lot more metal than any of us ever were when taking music classes. Watch below to see for yourself! According to their YouTube page, “The Louisville Leopard Percussionists is a non-profit organization offering extra curricular music opportunities to local children at little or no cost.”
 

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