10. Cerbalus Aravensis
The smallest, however still large, spider on our list is the black and white Cerbalus Aravensis spider and it was first discovered in Israel in 2009. It has a leg span of 5.5-inches. It lives underground where it peaks out ready to jump on unsuspecting prey anytime.

9. Brazilian Wandering Spider
The Brazilian Wandering spider is one of the world’s biggest spider with it’s 5.9-inch leg span and it have one of the deadliest venomous. The venom of this spider rarely kills humans though its bite will make you writhe in pain for a while.

8. Camel Spider
The Camel spider has myth. People usually say these spiders eat camels and humans, but in real they do neither. But probably they scare both though. The Camel spider is also known as the Scorpion spider because it’s close enough to both spiders and scorpions.

7. Hercules Baboon Spider
The Hercules Baboon spider is one of the rarest spider in whole the world. This giant spider has an 8-inch leg span, but don’t let to be scared you, because this spider have not been seen since 1900. So be aware, don’t be fooled by the pet stores that try to pass off other spiders as the rare Hercules Baboon.

6. Colombian Giant Black Tarantula
The Colombian Giant Black tarantula have a leg span of up to 9.1-inches. Its mostly black in color, but has brownish hairs and some reddish markings. This giant spider is an extremely aggressive eater, but luckly is harmless to humans, besides the scare factor.

5. Brazilian Giant Tawny Red Tarantula
Giant Tawny Red is a spider that is among one of the biggest in the world. It is Native to Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Brazil, the Brazilian It can have a leg span of up to 10.2-inches.

4. Poecilotheria Rajaei
In 2009 in Sri Lanka the Poecilotheria Rajaei spider has been recently discovered. This spider has an 8-inch leg span and has a pinkish-gray band on its abdomen. These spiders like to live in fallen trees, inside people’s homes and rocks.

3. Brazilian Salmon Pink Birdeater
It’s a matter of pleasure that Despite the name, the Brazilian Salmon Pink Birdeater spider doesn’t eat birds. Instead of birds, it feasts on insects, lizards, mice and frogs.

2. The Huntsman Spider
The Huntsman spider is really a beast. Its body can reach up to 12 inches long and its leg span can get up to half foot long. This spider is native to Asia, but can also be found in subtropical areas of Florida, California and Texas.

1. The Goliath Bird-Eating Tarantula
The largest spider in the world is the Goliath Bird-Eating tarantula. As the name suggests, this spider is large enough to eat birds, and it actually does. The Goliath can grow up to 1-foot in body length and has 1-inch long fangs. Because of its heavier body mass It’s considered bigger than the Huntsman.

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