Milking spiders for anti-venom
Mon, 03 Sep 2012 6:27p.m.
Australians are being asked to keep their eyes open for the world's deadliest spider and then try and catch them.
If that sounds dangerous, next comes the really tricky bit – milking them.
Funnel webs are needed because stocks of the anti-venom are running low.
Watch the video for the full, creepy-crawly report.
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