A Message from a Spider to Arachnophobes
5 monthes ago - By Peta Pixel
Hi, my name is Charlie and I'm a giant house spider. I share my house with a human macro photographer named Maxim Piessen. My roomie loves to take photos of insects and other small organisms. We have always been on the same wavelength.
He's been able to capture a lot of insects using his camera. I did the same using my web. He shows people the small things in nature. I... I... Euhm... I just scare people? Apparently, I don't have the best reputation.
With so many people being afraid of me (apparently you humans call them arachnophobes), I thought it was about time to jump from key to key...
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