Will it Bite Me?! Handling a Brown Recluse!

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  • 10/09/2021 को प्रकाशित
  • On this episode, Coyote is showing you the differences between a harmless brown spider and the deadly Brown Recluse! Hailed as one of the most venomous spider species in the United States, Coyote is going to share how to properly identify the infamous Brown Recluse - and then he's going to freehandle one! Watch now to see if the spider will bite him as Coyote handles a BROWN RECLUSE!
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  • Archer Tor
    Archer Tor 8 महीने पहले +1216

    It brings a sigh of relief each time this guy uploads because it means he is still alive

    • W M
      W M 22 घंटे पहले

      How you know he not a clone?

    • DBX Niker
      DBX Niker महीने पहले

      same hopefully he doesn’t suffer erwins fate which he probably will in some way

    • ACK video adventures
      ACK video adventures महीने पहले

      His team could upload if he died they could upload old videos or never uploaded videos.

    • jjjaxon18 mobile
      jjjaxon18 mobile 3 महीने पहले +1

      I can describe him:
      Balls: of iron mans Planet
      Idiocy: throuhj the roof
      Greatness: A M A Z E

  • The MagiciaN
    The MagiciaN 6 महीने पहले +277

    the fact that this man can lecture and give informative info about spiders whilst holding one of the most venomous spiders, takes balls of STEEL

    • UltraLordKefka
      UltraLordKefka 14 घंटे पहले

      Yeah gigantic balls

    • Anthony Borunda
      Anthony Borunda 4 दिन पहले +1

      @inutero10 oh yeah because that’s totally gonna make the pain and side effects disappear. Regardless it still takes balls

    • inutero10
      inutero10 4 महीने पहले +4

      Its not as if he dosent know what to do in case he is bitten. Also, im sure he has medical personal on site

    • I drink your milkshake
      I drink your milkshake 5 महीने पहले +9

      “Informative info”

  • Victor Vallejo
    Victor Vallejo 7 महीने पहले +667

    *right after video ends*
    Coyote: “alright, cut, we’re done”
    Spider: “phew, I was worried I would do bad”
    Coyote: “nah you did great little buddy!
    Spider: “I might give this acting thing a chance after all”

    • smothlandinghub_8203
      smothlandinghub_8203 5 महीने पहले

      @Random Person Lol

    • P E G A
      P E G A 5 महीने पहले +1

      "Sharknado 10: Charlie the Recluse v.s Sharknado's Son" ... I'd watch that

    • Random Person
      Random Person 5 महीने पहले +8

      @Rj Gonzalez and Spider-Man was born 9 short months later

    • Kimmi Kimmi Cocoa Pop
      Kimmi Kimmi Cocoa Pop 6 महीने पहले

      Lmao

    • Freddy fazbear from fnaf
      Freddy fazbear from fnaf 6 महीने पहले +15

      @Rj Gonzalez you lost me wth

  • Aponi
    Aponi महीने पहले +10

    I love how it crosses its legs in the beginning at first. Like such a classy little spider!

    • Anna Grace
      Anna Grace 16 दिन पहले

      Hahaha I loved that too!

  • Saiyanbob
    Saiyanbob 7 महीने पहले +390

    if we didn't have spiders, you would notice with all the extra insects everywhere. Remember, they provide a free service for you as bug catchers, respect them.

    • mexitalican99
      mexitalican99 दिन पहले

      @Dark.a lot of people might be disgusting with what you're saying but if spiders somehow start taking over the world, I'm coming over to your house and will be your 1st recruit 🤣🤣

    • Commissar Chaotic
      Commissar Chaotic 10 दिन पहले

      @james rivia Push comes to shove, I swear you'd probably enjoy the spider's company more than the flies...

    • Adrian Fuertes
      Adrian Fuertes 14 दिन पहले

      I respect them ofc.....until they come near me hen they die

    • Cristian Martinez
      Cristian Martinez 15 दिन पहले

      I respect them. But if they come in my room all bets are off

    • Saiyanbob
      Saiyanbob 17 दिन पहले

      @Selena075 you like being warm right? So do they

  • CoriDallasMultipass
    CoriDallasMultipass 6 महीने पहले +31

    I've had the misfortune of being bitten by one while hiking (walking mostly) an overgrown trail in 2011. I had a black hole in my leg the size of a nickel. But I also had the misfortune of getting a poison oak rash on the exact same spot, from the same trip, so it's hard to tell which sent me to the ER three different times with two conflicting diagnoses, before being hospitalized due to the swelling. Miserable time and kept getting flare ups of blisters during the months-long healing process. It's a miracle I don't have a single scar left now.
    ((Important advice: if you're sensitive to poison oak, don't eat mango or cashews...))

    • CoriDallasMultipass
      CoriDallasMultipass महीने पहले +2

      @KATE 4biglittlevoices yes, they all contain urushiol oil, which is what causes the blistering associated with poison oak (this is why raw cashews are almost never sold as raw). For mangoes, it's in the sap of the tree and the skin around the fruit (and sometimes leaches into the fruit itself).

    • KATE 4biglittlevoices
      KATE 4biglittlevoices महीने पहले

      Really? Mango or cashews if allergic to poison oak???

    • C Note
      C Note 3 महीने पहले +2

      I was bitten recently, after 3 different courses of antibiotics and topicals the wound is finally starting to heal . There is a hole in my leg about half an inch deep and about the size of a dime. I'm living in Georgia... I've never ever seen such a thing..

    • JC
      JC 6 महीने पहले +3

      I had a very similar experience. Resulted in that black hole in the back of my calf. Was really wild when that dead tissue fell out and left a relatively painless hole, and now I have a penny sized scar of really smooth skin about 8 years later. Luckily, my doctor almost immediately knew what it was. But apparently doctors often misdiagnose skin anthrax as brown recluse bites.

  • Archonof Doom
    Archonof Doom 7 महीने पहले +46

    I still love how he treats all animals with gently and loving touch. Respect for this man!

  • kirby vanduzer
    kirby vanduzer 6 महीने पहले +52

    I've actually made friends with jumping spiders when I was a kid and fed them bugs im definitely fascinated with a lot of creatures of course i would never handle a deadly spider but i have done it exclusively with jumping spiders because they are definitely friendly i love this channel because I get to see some cool creatures im definitely already subscribed been subscribed for a while can't wait to see what's next

    • Kristy42
      Kristy42 4 दिन पहले

      I love jumping spiders, with their puppy dog eyes 🥰

    • Dark.
      Dark. 7 दिन पहले

      @Hey.im.dipper they look adorable under my shoes

    • Hey.im.dipper
      Hey.im.dipper 7 दिन पहले

      @The FUNTIME foxy plush Adventures SAME IM THE EXACT SAME

    • Hey.im.dipper
      Hey.im.dipper 7 दिन पहले +1

      I LOVE JUMPING SPIDERS they are so cute!!! It says they’re jumping spiders are friendly and curious and also observant to humans they tend to shy away so the odds of you getting bit by a jumping spider very low, They only bite when you’re feeling squished or threatened!! I think they are so adorable!! The cute eyes and the way they make eye contact🥺

    • The FUNTIME foxy plush Adventures
      The FUNTIME foxy plush Adventures महीने पहले

      Yep I may not like spiders but I make a acceptance to jumping spiders thar big eyes look so cute especially those videos of them trying to shake their owners fingers

  • RemoveLimitBreak
    RemoveLimitBreak 6 महीने पहले +5

    I really like that the spider just chilled on his thumb as if coyote was his hype man.

  • UltimatelyInsane
    UltimatelyInsane 8 महीने पहले +676

    Mad respect to the man who has done something that most of us will never do

    • Y/n—San
      Y/n—San 8 महीने पहले

      All of us wolf never do*

    • Warlock
      Warlock 8 महीने पहले

      @Heavenlyhaylo I don't like dogs. I love cats. Much cleaner, not as noisy and very independent.

    • Heavenlyhaylo
      Heavenlyhaylo 8 महीने पहले

      @Warlock I agree with you on that.

    • Heavenlyhaylo
      Heavenlyhaylo 8 महीने पहले

      @Warlock I fear both. I fear Mosquitos & Respect and Love Sharks. I'm only afraid of dogs if they are untrained. Some big "scary" dogs are very docile.

  • Maya Martin
    Maya Martin 2 महीने पहले +1

    I love how he spends eight minutes telling us they bite when they’re threatened or pressed on, and then right as he’s signing off, he stabs a finger straight toward the thing quite suddenly - and still doesn’t get bitten

  • jelad Snikpoh
    jelad Snikpoh 2 महीने पहले +4

    I just moved here in Kentucky, first time seeing a B. Recluse, and I experienced a million cleaning out my large shed. Pretty easy to identify, really- but not only the 'violin', as other spiders can appear to have that feature. The legs are always single color (no bands or spots that almost all others have) and the abdomen seems to have a pale brownish/grayish dullness. They have 6 eyes, but that's nearly impossible to see. Surprisingly unintimidating looking compared to other spiders. I got bit by a recluse and treated it with baking soda/Hydrogen peroxide paste, an effective remedy for insect bites. Turns out it works especially well for recluse bites, as the Hydrogen Peroxide is converted to pure oxygen when exposed to your flesh. The 'necrosis' from recluse bites (only a percentage of all bites) is due to oxygen deprivation in the tissue (a fact that apparently very few experts know). The peroxide oxygenates it immediately. Baking soda alkalyzes the area and may extract some of the venom, therefore having several healing properties. Combined they're a powerful antiseptic. I don't know if I got one of the 'lucky' bites, or if my treatment cured it, but there was NO necrosis. Also had one on my face (sure way to experience arachnophobia!), and fortunately that one didn't bite me. They are quite timid and docile, but can move fast to get away. Also, not only 'won't' they bite you without pressing them to your skin, but they actually can't, as their fangs are too small. Wear gloves, long sleeve shirts, etc., and don't let them get between your skin and the clothing (my bite was on the arm where it got under my shirt sleeve). I probably had dozens on me (outside the clothes) and wasn't aware of any other bites. Knowledge will ease arachnaphobia significantly, but you still need to be careful with these beasts! Ticks are far more dangerous, but less feared.

  • Sera
    Sera 6 महीने पहले +45

    Me with my anxiety: *gets nervous paying for food*
    Coyote: *holds an incredibly venomous spider and can still hold his hands steady*

  • Tattern77
    Tattern77 4 महीने पहले +5

    I live in Kansas, and have been living with recluse infestation for at least 20+ years. I don’t like to use poison in the house, so I put down sticky traps to keep there populations in check. I usually swap out the traps every few months, and there are usually 20 to 30 recluse’s in them. The females get much larger than the male’s and are a little darker in color. They are a lot bigger than a quarter as well. They actually followed us from our old house to our new one. They love boxes. They have been in my close, and right against my skin, many many times, and not me or my family have ever been bitten by one. They eat each other to survive, and we have absolutely no other insects in our house. Natural roach deterrent.

  • T K
    T K 8 महीने पहले +657

    “I’m going to place this basic brown spider off to the side”
    Basic brown spider: ☹️

    • Cory Jamieson
      Cory Jamieson महीने पहले

      He wanted to be handheld too 🥺

    • Mark Castaneda
      Mark Castaneda 7 महीने पहले

      Poor basic basic spider ☹️ lol

    • Jonah’s YouTube Channel
      Jonah’s YouTube Channel 7 महीने पहले

      Lol

    • Shuruff904💤
      Shuruff904💤 7 महीने पहले +9

      @geometric art Tarantula hopefully lol....recluses are depressed introverts

    • geometric art
      geometric art 7 महीने पहले +4

      poor basic brownie...maybe in his next life he will be a recluse :)

  • Puffy Merc
    Puffy Merc 6 महीने पहले +21

    I live in FL. The brown recluse is definitely here..I encountered a ground nest with thousands of them, they where extremely docile and never took a threatening stance and simply ran from the area..w/ that said I also was bitten by one while I was sleeping on my leg. I suspect I rolled or something and almost crushed it but didn't as I never found it's body...but the bite first turned red then scabbed then became swollen growing in size until the fang areas started to grow into a rather large hole that became infected..I simply treated the bite w/ hydrogen peroxide and alcohol(as it became severely infected)
    Also with Lidacaine ointment eventually the hole quit growing(about the size of a nickel..maybe a quarter inch deep) the redness subsided shortly after(about baseball size) and took about 2 months to heal up..to say the least this spider encountered is not aggressive and indeed is unlikely to bite you...but most bites from these are not encountered as my previous example of encountering a burrow but rather while this guy is for whatever reason, creepy crawling it's way in your bed looking for a comfy spot while you obliviously crush it's fangs into yourself....

    • KingWooskii
      KingWooskii 3 महीने पहले +6

      Why tf i read this in bed smh

    • Florida Man
      Florida Man 6 महीने पहले +3

      They're 100% here in SE Florida. I've seen 2 friend's reactions to the stings: missing flesh.

  • Awesome Animals Channel
    Awesome Animals Channel 6 महीने पहले +28

    Nice one Coyote , Loxosceles 6 Species in USA the more Robust L,reclusa in the Mid west to eastern states is the one you DONT want to be tagged by! And the ones in Chile are even worse! But not as bad as Wandering Phoneutria would you handle one C..????

  • bandit7498
    bandit7498 6 महीने पहले +34

    I’ve handled them several times. They’re actually very docile.

  • Matthew Schaub
    Matthew Schaub 6 महीने पहले +10

    Coyote, you're amazing and literally my Daughters hero. Never stop doing what you do!

  • Luecis Turner
    Luecis Turner 8 महीने पहले +527

    This man has essentially become a legend. He is in fact my favorite outdoorsman and wildlife observer since the late Steve Irwin. Thank you for keeping this wild adventure thing alive Coyote. Your a pure delight.

    • Lovebird
      Lovebird 5 महीने पहले

      You're*

    • Tricky the clown mc FNF™
      Tricky the clown mc FNF™ 8 महीने पहले

      I was subbed for 3 whole years

    • Tricky the clown mc FNF™
      Tricky the clown mc FNF™ 8 महीने पहले

      @Slenders_Dumz yep I was subbed for 3 whole years

    • Belial Zed
      Belial Zed 8 महीने पहले +2

      Bear Grylls is wannabe.
      True adventurer: Coyote "damn,this hurts really bad" Peeterssoooon!!!!

    • Graykush
      Graykush 8 महीने पहले

      Well put.

  • H S
    H S 7 महीने पहले +22

    When the spider jumped at 4:08 seconds, I got shockwaves and goosebumps all down my arms. Holy crap.

  • Aly
    Aly 2 दिन पहले

    Him telling me to admire spiders from a distance: Meanwhile my friend and I going to parks and finding spiders and letting them crawl all over our hands 💀
    There have been multiple times where I've picked up a brown recluse and we've never gotten bitten (though we also have researched handling spiders and all that)

  • Ennovative
    Ennovative 6 महीने पहले +5

    You will indeed die to the animals you love so much, so I am going to give you your flowers now while you are alive -- Thank you Coyote, you are a wonderful human being. I am certain you are one of the bravest among us and thank you for dedicating your life towards education on these amazing creatures. I am sure its been painful.

  • ThaDude94
    ThaDude94 7 महीने पहले +6

    Thanks for the video, I found it rather insightful!
    I actually just (hopefully!) Finished wrapping up a Brown Recluse infestation at my house in Southwest Iowa.
    By the number of egg sacs I should think they have been here awhile, we had no idea until I was bitten on my face (it's now healed and gone) and even in that case, I personally believe I may have rolled over on it in my sleep or something to that nature

    • ThaDude94
      ThaDude94 4 महीने पहले

      @INclips addict for the most part, just pesticides. I would have liked to try some more natural methods, but by the time we discovered the infestation it had already gotten quite overwhelming, so we just decided to kind of... Expedite? The process.
      As for outside, I know he put eucalyptus sprigs here and there, I'll have to ask what the powder was. I know both the eucalyptus and the powder material are meant to act as "barriers" to try and prevent them from wanting to come in my house.

    • ThaDude94
      ThaDude94 4 महीने पहले

      @INclips addict I know for the most part we just used a WHOLE LOT of Ortho Home Defense Max, Insect Barrier. The infestation was in the basement, which has dirt floors and 2/4 dirt walls (old janky house) and they'd laid eggs EVERYWHERE along the beams down there. Absolutely saturated that basement with Ortho, and I mean S A T U R A T E D.
      Then the farmer I'd mentioned put something in the dirt down there as well as around the outside of my house, some sort of powder but I don't recall what

    • YouTube addict
      YouTube addict 4 महीने पहले +1

      @ThaDude94 That's understandable. Farmers usually know! I was just curious if you used a pesticide, or another way of getting them out.

    • ThaDude94
      ThaDude94 4 महीने पहले

      @INclips addict just commenting back now so I don't lose it. I'll have to take a look at the containers when I get back home. I just went with some recommendations that a farmer I work for, gave to me. He's been dealing with them for years lol

    • YouTube addict
      YouTube addict 4 महीने पहले +1

      Pest control technician here. Just out of curiosity, what did you use to get rid of them?

  • giant gazelle
    giant gazelle 8 महीने पहले +1622

    The reason why he doesn't get bit is because the spiders can sence the poison in his blood and realize if they bite him they'll be poisoned as well

    • Shade Raven
      Shade Raven 7 दिन पहले

      Lol no it's nothing like that they are actually one of the most friendliest spiders.

    • robert loera
      robert loera 11 दिन पहले

      Lol wtf

    • MythicDiamond
      MythicDiamond 20 दिन पहले

      man spiders have big brain

  • dijon
    dijon 7 महीने पहले +7

    Wow the timing of this video. My mom was pulling weeds two weeks ago and accidentally pulled up a brown recluse nest. Her skin reacted horrifically to a bite, and within days the infection was spreading deep and all around the area of venom injection. She had to have emergency surgery to prevent sepsis from the wound. Absolutely terrifying and I've never seen anything like it- black, yellow, pus-y, necrotic.... yet wasn't painful. Just crazy. Thank you for mentioning that everyone's body reacts differently, and that these spiders bite out of defense- my mom's situation was just a very unfortunate and uncommon accident.

    • Keith
      Keith महीने पहले +1

      I had a similar reaction and let it go on for a week. Surgeon said another 24 hours and I wouldn't have recovered. I spent a week in the hospital and 3 months with a wound vac. It was incredibly painful during that week leading up to the ER visit, but it 'popped' with black blood oozing out of it like crazy (and I was rushed to the ER). Once it popped though, didn't hurt at all. Except a couple of weeks after surgery when they had to electrically cauterize the wound, that wasn't fun. Full recovery and all, so the lesson was to take care of things before they get worse.

  • Sharla Ember
    Sharla Ember 7 महीने पहले +34

    When I was a child our neighborhood had tons of brown recluse spiders because of all the wooden shake roofs. We saw brown recluse spiders walking across our floor every day. In fact, before we knew what they were, there would be one or two in my bathroom sink every morning. I'd play with them a bit with the water before I would then wash it down the sink. My older sister ended up getting bitten about six times (I never did), but we had heard that tea tree oil nullified the poison, so that's what we would put on the bite. The bites all went away without any problems and eventually everyone in the neighborhood changed their roofs from wooden to a different material and the recluses left. I also remember having sticky traps and there would literally be 50 to 100 recluses covering the multiple traps in our home!! Crazy to think there were so many of them.

    • matt brawner
      matt brawner 6 महीने पहले +1

      The is a major issue with that because of the risk of multiple bites . If you get bit by two or three of them back to back you could be in trouble.

    • Jujuu
      Jujuu 6 महीने पहले +1

      Glad to know ur alive, I may be dead tomorrow

    • Sharla Ember
      Sharla Ember 6 महीने पहले +4

      @Dan Dewizzle It’s crazy how one can get used to that level of danger. I really didn’t think about it too much. It just became normal. 😆🤪😂

    • Draconic Flame
      Draconic Flame 6 महीने पहले +6

      aw hell naw

    • Dan Dewizzle
      Dan Dewizzle 6 महीने पहले +8

      So you lived in an as yet unidentified level of hell?? jk...but that would free me the hell out

  • Andrew Mestas
    Andrew Mestas 7 महीने पहले +1

    Love this video! We need more educational information out there like this!

  • Salaav Onitrex
    Salaav Onitrex 5 महीने पहले +2

    Dude, I can't imagine being as calm and awesome as you are. This is some serious badassery. Absolutely love your channel!

  • James
    James 8 महीने पहले +207

    Can we just respect how this man does insanely dangerous things that no one else would do for this channel? Mans a legend

    • allosaurus gaming
      allosaurus gaming 8 महीने पहले

      E

    • Multiplicity Catulhu94
      Multiplicity Catulhu94 8 महीने पहले

      @Patrick Scalia not to knock you but the last part is terrible. No offense but people like her deserve jail time and fines.

    • Absolution246
      Absolution246 8 महीने पहले

      @Topher Lee Love Jack he is so much more down to earth. He deserves so many more views.

    • Silvano101
      Silvano101 8 महीने पहले +2

      an American version of Steve Irwin lol

    • Patrick Scalia
      Patrick Scalia 8 महीने पहले +1

      You should come to Louisiana sometime. People down here are...unusual. By the time I was seven years old I knew how to safely catch and handle copperheads and cottonmouth moccasin snakes, with nothing more than a stick, both highly venomous. And do it without harming the snake. In the 50 years since I have long lost count of the number of venomous snakes I've caught and relocated to places where they wouldn't be in danger from humans. The kid who first taught me how to safely catch and handle venomous snakes ended up getting graduate degrees in herpetology and zoology and worked to retirement at the Audobon Zoo in New Orleans. Me and my little cohort of Cajun ragamuffins who grew up playing in the canals and bayous of southern Louisiana, we could hardly see a small critter pass without trying to catch it by hand. We caught moccasins and giant alligator snappers and huge bullfrogs and even those creepy big water bugs that will bite hell out of you if you let them (I think that Coyote Peterson gets bitten by one in an episode.) I actually had mantises and recluses and big wolf spiders I kept in large pickle jars and would feed them crickets and the like. That practice ended when one of them (one of the recluses) escaped and wound up in my mom's clothes. Or at least she assumed I was the source of the critter, and to be fair it was probably one of my escapees. It bit her on the heel of her hand when she picked up a shirt to hang it up and unknowingly squeezed it. I remember that it would not turn lose and remained stuck with its fangs embedded, hanging from her palm until I plucked it off her (and tossed it straight into the toilet -- sorry) and her hand ended up swelling so much that it looked like one of Mickey Mouse's gloves, fingers the size of sausages. She never got a necrotic pus-hole, thankfully, but she said it was quite painful for a day or two. Still my mom was a Louisiana mom through-and-through. The incident only lead to a minor change to the rules of the house: critters were okay but nothing venomous.
      Our grandparents also started us on 7-Up mixed with burgundy wine around the age of 6, but that's another Cajun story.

  • Exotic's Radio Podcast
    Exotic's Radio Podcast 6 महीने पहले +2

    You have no idea how much I appreciate this episode.

  • Cəry§
    Cəry§ 6 महीने पहले +2

    I've watched and played countless Horror Movies and Games, but nothing gets my heart rate going than when this absolute mad lad handles the real dangerous creepy crawlers. Coyote has no damn fear, and his balls are composed of metal stronger than adamantium 😳

  • Redella
    Redella 5 महीने पहले

    I lived in Oklahoma for a few years, and I found so many recluses in the apartment, but they never bothered us. It made me worry less when I learned they weren't aggressive, so it was easier to handle them. It pays to do a bit of research!

  • Tim Nichols
    Tim Nichols 7 महीने पहले +2

    I would like to call out a error in your Recluse locations. I live in southern Ontario Canada. We have brown recluse as a invasive species and they are surviving up here in cellars and basements. They made their way through the shipping of fruits and veggies from Texas and other US States that have them. They have been spotted in Michigan also.

  • Braeden S.
    Braeden S. 8 महीने पहले +90

    Thought I knew a lot about recluses, learned a lot more than expected. Still would never free handle in a million years, but gained a lot of love for the species. Thanks Coyote

    • Lucan Andrews
      Lucan Andrews 8 महीने पहले

      Same! I worked with one at the museum I worked at. Mostly food/water, but even then, I still learned new things from this.

  • Red Hood
    Red Hood 6 महीने पहले

    I've been bitten by a brown recluse years ago on my hand. Never even felt the bite and weeks later I noticed the bite and had to stay in the hospital for a week because of the venoms progression. Definitely hope I don't encounter another one lol.

  • Alicia Hobock
    Alicia Hobock दिन पहले

    You know you've just saw a extremely dangerous organism when Coyote doesn't even wanna get bitten by it

  • LordAwesome Tony
    LordAwesome Tony 6 महीने पहले +5

    Coyote: “I think you’ve earned your entertainment”
    Me: “No Coyote, I’m okay just looking at it. Please don’t do it!”

  • Zomeg
    Zomeg 5 महीने पहले +1

    Hey Coyote!👋🏻 I live in South Africa 🇿🇦 and I see these guys ATLEAST once a month in my house. I always identified them as the "violin spider", which i only recently found out was another name for the brown recluse. I have always been afraid of the violin spider, and after finding out that they're the same species as the brown recluse, makes my skin crawl even more

  • Incog Nito
    Incog Nito 7 महीने पहले +494

    The way the spider ran around his thumb like that gave me chills and I’m not even afraid of spiders. 😳

    • DUCKSQUACK4444🦆 #save-ukraine
      DUCKSQUACK4444🦆 #save-ukraine महीने पहले

      I wouldn’t mind a big spider on me, but I would mind small spiders cause then I won’t be able to find them on me.

    • Mike Mollica
      Mike Mollica 2 महीने पहले

      I literally jumped for no reason once the spider did that… I got so freaked out

    • it's_shadow
      it's_shadow 2 महीने पहले

      I'm afraid of spiders probably bc I'm a girl but I still watch all his videos

    • Luis D. OLLER
      Luis D. OLLER 3 महीने पहले

      well you are now

    • Kenny The Trend
      Kenny The Trend 4 महीने पहले

      @Blaine G I like Spiders. But I'll always be afraid of Spiders that can run.

  • SlaYYuM
    SlaYYuM 7 महीने पहले +1

    I live in the Appalachian mountains and weekly I see brown recluse spiders and black widows. I’ve been bit before from a recluse, thankfully my body fights the narcosis. More then likely growing up and constantly being exposed. I still don’t like these spiders tho 😅 I regularly keep wolf spiders around when I can find them they run off the bad spiders.

  • Dante
    Dante 7 महीने पहले +2

    I’ve been bit by a brown recluse as soon as I saw it my heart dropped. My bite wasn’t that bad being it was caught early the bite at first looks like an ant bite. That’s something most don’t know.

  • Rotten
    Rotten 6 महीने पहले

    I had the same desert recluse in my room and I immediately new it was something dangerous because of how fast it could move and I know it’s a desert recluse now because it looks exactly like the spider handled in the video

  • Carty Games
    Carty Games 6 महीने पहले +1

    I have arachnophobia and I've seen pictures of a brown recluse bite. I was tense and nervous this entire time, and this actually helped a lot. It's good to know that if I don't bother it, it won't bother me. I may try to shoo it out of the house though lol. I also live in an entirely different country, so... that helps. But if I ever do go travelling to a place I know has recluse spiders, I just won't bother them. So long as they're outside, that's their territory. I do like having less pesky bugs outside and if they just stay out of site and don't bother me, they'd be welcome. More or less. Lol.

  • Knightstruth
    Knightstruth 8 महीने पहले +277

    The thing I will NEVER forget about the first time I saw a Brown Recluse spider was how freaking fast it was. Wolf spiders are very fast but....the brown recluse makes wolf spiders look like they run in slow motion.

    • Knightstruth
      Knightstruth 7 महीने पहले

      @Sathsara Mapalana No, a Brown Recluse is a wolf spider on speed.

    • James Koen
      James Koen 8 महीने पहले

      @Spiderific! they do infact jump ive seen it and just did a 2 sec google search and they often pounce on prey

    • Spiderific!
      Spiderific! 8 महीने पहले

      @James Koen wolf spiders don't jump. Jumping spiders jump, but they are pretty small.

    • Bryan
      Bryan 8 महीने पहले

      Brown Recluse are remarkably fast on textured surfaces, but are kind of funny to watch on smooth surfaces. Their little legs move so fast, but the body doesn't. A Rabidosa rabida wolf spider can still be lightning quick on a slick floor though, because they have tiny hooks where recluse spiders don't.

    • AneurysmSauce
      AneurysmSauce 8 महीने पहले

      @k1dicarus lol!

  • baronofdoom
    baronofdoom 7 महीने पहले +1

    I notice the biggest difference between the brown recluse and the desert recluse is the abdomen on the brown recluse is larger. Been around brown recluses all my life. I know them and they don't worry me although I'll still squish them. And I've had them crawl on me many times but never been bitten. It's good that they're a docile species.

  • Gabrielle Person
    Gabrielle Person 7 महीने पहले +1

    I've definitely seen them. One crawled across my living room in front of the entertainment center (yeah, it was that long ago). I had taken a Home & Garden Insects class in college. Covered the 2 medically important spiders in our area: Black widow and brown recluse. So I knew to look for the violin. At least the recluse has the courtesy to wear its identification on it's back. Widow has hers on the underside.

    • William Sporing
      William Sporing 7 महीने पहले

      Widows are such a beautiful, deep black. I’ve got them in my shed. They keep the bugs in check in there and I leave them alone. They really are pretty spiders.

  • Venture Squatch
    Venture Squatch 5 महीने पहले

    Dude, I live in New Mexico and grew up handling these spiders all the time.I believe they are in every house in Albuquerque and surrounding areas. Here they’re known as the Apache Brown. Often people think they are daddy long legs.
    As a child I was naïve of the danger. But once I learned what they were, I grew a great respect for them and their generally calm demeanor.

  • Rowantrees
    Rowantrees 7 महीने पहले +2

    Okay all jokes aside- I’ve been watching this man since I was like 7 and he has had such an impact on me, like, it’s not even funny anymore.

  • Best Of Animals
    Best Of Animals 8 महीने पहले +1727

    He has passed every test of aranchnophobia

    • SAMBU DAYAL Meena
      SAMBU DAYAL Meena 4 महीने पहले

      *Arachnophobia

    • ⌁꧁๖ۣۜƊåℝkwØlf꧂⌁
      ⌁꧁๖ۣۜƊåℝkwØlf꧂⌁ 5 महीने पहले

      Yep absolutely no doubt

    • JayT
      JayT 5 महीने पहले

      I can’t even handle daddy long legs and this dudes out here handling one of the most deadly spiders on the planet

    • Michael
      Michael 7 महीने पहले

      @Obi-Wan Kenobi nobody said that

    • Alberto Ruano
      Alberto Ruano 7 महीने पहले

      Lol that's funny

  • Victor Contreras
    Victor Contreras महीने पहले

    Good video! It clearly showed me a close identification of this spider that I never knew before.

  • All My Honks
    All My Honks 8 दिन पहले

    I’ve been bit twice in the last 1 1/2 years. The holes are still healing and only went about an 1/8th of an inch down. But they take forever to heal.

  • Jane Doe
    Jane Doe 6 महीने पहले

    Great video! You seem to know a lot about spiders! Are you self taught or do you have a degree of some kind?
    This video should come with a don't try this at home!😲😟
    Glad you were ok!😊
    Came here after reading in a tabloid about a crew member from the movie Rust having been bitten while shutting down movie!

  • WC4 Studios
    WC4 Studios 7 महीने पहले +2

    this is literally the bravest man on planet earth

  • S.S.Wolfie
    S.S.Wolfie 8 महीने पहले +116

    Id just like to take a moment to appreciate your insane bravery for interacting and handling so many dangerous creatures.
    You are truly a living legend, Coyote

    • nolixxlost
      nolixxlost 8 महीने पहले +1

      Yes thats right respect to the legend coyote

  • MidnightWolf 001
    MidnightWolf 001 7 महीने पहले +3

    I found one in the basement of a apartment I lived in once. Seeing this one in the vid made me tense up as it was identical to that one, save for the butt being more shriveled up. But I live in Mid-Michigan, where our basements can been cool and damp year round.
    Then, we surprisingly, found a cluster of them of various sizes of growth, in the basement where I live at now. They were found when doing a hoarder's cleanup and they had all clustered around a cardboard box, which hadn't been touched in years. Freaked us all out. But it freaked me out more as I had almost just grabbed that box to chuck it in a bag before noticing the spiders on it and pulling back at the last second. I was not only astounded, but in disbelief. So, we all checked, double-checked, and triple checked by looking through identification sites to make sure that was what they were. Needless to say, we had fun spraying and fumigating the heck out of that basement afterwards, especially since I even react to sac-spider bites.

  • LetsRage FiveSIxSeven
    LetsRage FiveSIxSeven 7 महीने पहले +1

    I've had a couple spiders freeloading in my apartment. Ever since spiders helped drive out a fly and gnat infestation I once had because of owning Guinea Pigs, I've considered them allies. lmao There's a really small one that's always in the corner with a web on an un-used candle and I'm just letting him chill, he isn't going to reproduce in here so I figured just let him live out his life and drive out any pests that get in. The enemy of my enemy is my friend, that's how people should consider spiders. They're certainly not something to fear and they're not going to chase you down like an angry bear so just mind you're own business and they'll mind theirs.

  • Uc Ragnarok
    Uc Ragnarok 7 महीने पहले +3

    I had brown recluse all over my room at the time I was living pinetop, I had a lot of wood furniture and walls so they loved that, specially spotting them when I turn on the bathroom light see them get defensive & run. Hated all spiders after that.

  • My Falconry
    My Falconry 4 महीने पहले

    I find four to give a month in my house, usually in the fall/ winter when the bark scorpions start coming back in the house as well. And coyote there is actually no medical evidence that the brown recluse causes any necrosis and is possibly getting the blame for another insect or spider.

  • Tucker Walker
    Tucker Walker 4 महीने पहले

    The house I lived in when I was growing up use to be infested with brown recluses. I lived in Tennessee around a wooded area. My family and I never got bite. We were pretty scared of getting bite though. We had some even crawl on us while we were sleeping and never got bite. They’re pretty intimidating though and my mom always made us keep our clothes and such off the floor. That house was also haunted so there’s that lol. Spiders and demons.. not a good combo

  • Windows11
    Windows11 2 महीने पहले +1

    Give this man an Oscar.

  • Jose Polanco
    Jose Polanco 3 महीने पहले

    The fact that he can handle spiders like that is crazy I would’ve been running still

  • TKR
    TKR दिन पहले +1

    Wish we could have a Steve Irwin and Coyote Peterson collab :(

  • STV 003
    STV 003 8 महीने पहले +767

    "never interact with a spider"
    I couldn't agree with you more.

    • Drew Lovelyhell
      Drew Lovelyhell 4 महीने पहले

      @GamerSnake14 Where do you live? We have redback spiders (katapos) but I have never seen one.

    • EE HH
      EE HH 7 महीने पहले

      I wouldnt interact with a spider, but this can of starter fluid and a lighter will

    • AmericanThunder
      AmericanThunder 7 महीने पहले

      I do handle jumping spiders often. lol They're fun.

    • Drew Lovelyhell
      Drew Lovelyhell 7 महीने पहले +2

      They aren't an invasive species. And they are happy to live outside, so trap him and chuck him outside! Spiders are vital for keeping the insect population in check. Don't squash them!

  • Banditmatt2009
    Banditmatt2009 5 महीने पहले

    I had been catching these on glue traps inside for months before I knew they were brown recluse spiders (SE oklahoma). I just thought they were a house spider. If I found live ones in drawers or whatever would just pick them up and toss them outside. I have caught many inside and know there are more but also have not been bit yet. I think the spindly legs make them way more identifiable than the violin thing.

  • Eli InKing
    Eli InKing 6 महीने पहले +1

    I wake up to atleast 10 of these on spider traps every morning during certain parts of the year most of the time i notice them when they make bigger trips like across the kitchen floor whats ridiculous is i have 2 dogs and a cat and they will notice them first n just stare like they know they dont wanna mess with them😂
    I enjoy having them tho keeps other bugs out👍

  • drewbieware
    drewbieware 7 महीने पहले +1

    When I moved in to my place like six years ago, I moved into a brown recluse infestation. In the first week I killed 55. Within the next couple weeks I got another 70 more. I still see them every once in a while, but you are correct. Even with an infestation I never got bit one time.

    • Jarred Gastreich
      Jarred Gastreich महीने पहले

      What are your tips for dealing with an infestation?

  • bob sloan
    bob sloan 7 महीने पहले

    In my experience unless you restrict/step on one - they usually do not bite by just crawling on you

  • milan vrandecic
    milan vrandecic 8 महीने पहले +92

    The moment the recluse dashed up to your thumb, I jumped so hard I nearly fell out of my chair. It scared the crap out of me, my heart was racing fast as hell. Also I love your vids, I have been a fan for ages since 2014 and to watch this channel grow over these 7 yrs, makes me happy, I love everything you do keep it up you absolute legend. :)

    • Northern Ninety7
      Northern Ninety7 7 महीने पहले

      I almost noped out

    • geometric art
      geometric art 7 महीने पहले +1

      I'm sure it wasn't great for Coyote either haha

  • MrClickity
    MrClickity 3 महीने पहले

    The only time they're really a concern is when you're out camping where they live, because they sometimes like to hide out in the toes of boots or in sleeping bags. Always check your boots before putting them on, and give your sleeping bag a shake before climbing in.

  • Asterra2
    Asterra2 7 महीने पहले +1

    Woke up one evening to the sensation of one of these crawling on my hand. You do not take chances when what's riding on the line is a potentially debilitating bite that could hurt worse than anything you've ever felt, for days. Really wish they weren't reliably the main critter we see indoors where I live.

  • Uber Eats Mom
    Uber Eats Mom 6 महीने पहले +2

    7:43 You may want to take off the wrist band, imagine right as he's saying "they only bite if they feel pressure" as the spider goes under the wrist band and gets trapped, OUCH LOL :)

  • Dijon Lawless
    Dijon Lawless 7 महीने पहले

    Great episode. Love the message in this vid

  • Mspi Onage
    Mspi Onage 7 महीने पहले +123

    Seeing as I am in an area that sees these very often I have to add one thing you need to add - The CA Brown Recluse is not so much found in ground crevices as it is found in wood piles and higher elevation (ie: off the ground a bit) crevices. Nearly all the recluses around here are typically wedged in wooden fences or piles of this/that in peoples yard. Thankfully it's apex predator also roams the same locations (wolf spider) so never kill the wolves if you see them. They are harmless and take out the bad guys in your yard en masse.
    Fun fact: Apparently ancient spider DNA that has been analyzed was most closely related to the recluse. In other words, it apparently is the modern spider that most closely resembles the prehistoric types. I always thought that would be the funnel web but I guess it's this guy.

    • Mia Leary
      Mia Leary 2 महीने पहले

      Wolfies are my favorite! I’ve always had one one close by it seems and I never get ride of them for that exact reason! And they have cool personalities!

    • Kascha K
      Kascha K 5 महीने पहले

      The CA brown recluse is a myth according to every source I've read. The only recluse in CA is the Desert Recluse and it is only in certain areas in the Southeast portion of the state with an incredibly small population in the Eastern portion of L.A.

    • Mspi Onage
      Mspi Onage 6 महीने पहले

      @Dillon Mcconnell Yeah wolf spiders are pretty interesting as they just constantly roam around looking for prey. There are videos on the web of how fast they are when hunting others like black widows and recluses and it is pretty crazy how they can get on and then break down their preys webs, then bull rush to knock them on their backside and just attack - it is pretty crazy.

    • space
      space 6 महीने पहले

      I have these small fat black spiders that are fast and scary looking. So many in my house over the year 😞

  • elviqssv
    elviqssv 5 महीने पहले

    My grandpa got bit by one of these and his whole hand was a blister for weeks, im glad to say he’s better now after resting and taking care of it.

  • KupaKid
    KupaKid 6 महीने पहले

    Honesty maybe it's because I live like really close to the geographical location of these spiders but I can pretty easily identify them (that being brown recluse). Also depending on where you live they're like seeping from every crevis.

  • murph1329
    murph1329 8 दिन पहले +1

    My dad's house was infested with brown recluses. I found them under my pillow, in the sink, and stuck in the ceiling fixtures. Needless to say I told him my family wouldn't visit until he fixed it. Thanks to sticky traps his situation is much better now. Now I only see 1 or 2 when I visit which is a big improvement. But it just goes to show how shy these animals really are. He lived with this infestation for roughly 5 years before it was remedied and never once sought medical attention. ....the ceiling fixture in the guest bedroom is still full of dead brown recluses, it's.....horrifying. No telling what the attic looks like.....

  • Sean Spencer
    Sean Spencer 3 घंटे पहले

    the brown recluse can be found in norther ontario. definitely not limited to the states

  • T S
    T S 8 महीने पहले +66

    Coyote, we actually have this same brown recluse in the southern regions of Brazil.
    We are advised by the local news to always look inside our shoes or our clothes before wearing them.
    They are normally common in wood houses, home attics or dark places where people normally store stuff. They are known as "brown spider".

    • T S
      T S 8 महीने पहले

      @WorseDarkDoom Good question. I'm not a spider expert, but checking google images they look much more like the Brown Recluse.

    • JC
      JC 8 महीने पहले

      goodness if i lived there i would move out the country

    • WorseDarkDoom
      WorseDarkDoom 8 महीने पहले +2

      Are you sure that's the Brown Recluse and not the Chilean recluse?

  • Farm Girl
    Farm Girl 5 महीने पहले +1

    I actually got bitten from a brown recluse when i was 9 years old. Let me tell you how it went for me.
    I woke up one morning to find a small bite on the top of my wrist that looked like it came from a mosquito so i paid no attention. Later I started getting sick and my mother took me to a doctor, by that time the bite was getting bigger and uglier, the doctor said he thought it was a spider bite and told my mom to watch me and if i got any fever to take me back. I think it was the next day that i got a fever and at that point there were red streaks going from the bite all the way up my arm and if you touched anywhere from my wrist to my shoulder I would just scream in pain. So my mom took me to the doctor and right away he sent me to the emergency room. I was so weak my parents had to stand on either side of me and hold me up just to get to my hospital room! I spent 2 nights there when i finally could come home. And fun fact i never remember getting bitten! they said it probably happened while i was sleeping. I love all the insects I even have some pet millipedes! but to this day i hate spiders and go nowhere near them! So if i were you i would do the same!

  • 𝙶𝚒𝚐𝚒
    𝙶𝚒𝚐𝚒 5 महीने पहले +1

    Even the spider thinks this man‘s voice is comforting😌 not gonna lie, this man deserves to be on a bigger screen

  • JuiceBox
    JuiceBox महीने पहले

    Coyote in my old school there was I think a brown recluse! We were freaking out and a teacher got it out. I realize now there was nothing to be afraid of because of your channel! You are the best coyote!

  • Kiribandit
    Kiribandit 2 महीने पहले

    Thank you for doing this so that no one else thinks they have to

  • Wayne Johnson
    Wayne Johnson 8 महीने पहले +403

    "When in doubt, never interact with a spider and admire it from a safe distance...
    Okay, now I'm gonna pick it up."

    • akumo
      akumo 7 महीने पहले

      @Gary Wilson true but one tried to sneak me what was I suppse to do?

    • Gary Wilson
      Gary Wilson 7 महीने पहले

      @akumo NO!! Never just kill a spider, they are great predators getting rid of annoying insects!

    • akumo
      akumo 8 महीने पहले

      Or just step on them simple lol

    • Phaedrus Taylor
      Phaedrus Taylor 8 महीने पहले +11

      He’s not in doubt so it doesn’t apply lol

    • Zach Rubinic
      Zach Rubinic 8 महीने पहले +3

      Or just… don’t? And…? Run???

  • Booty Sweat
    Booty Sweat 7 महीने पहले +3

    4:09 *heartbeat intensifies* coyote is shaking lol, I’m not worried though, out of all the bites and stings he’s been through, he probably built up an immunity to the poison.

  • Rosalie Ramirez
    Rosalie Ramirez 6 महीने पहले

    He’s just sitting on his thumb loving being the center of attention like “hey guys 😇”

  • Jeff W
    Jeff W 4 महीने पहले

    Wow, just wow. Thanks for this, but I wouldn't feel comfortable doing this. But good to know if I ever have to face this.

  • psychic Victoria Marie
    psychic Victoria Marie 6 महीने पहले +1

    Coyote: admirer it from a distance
    Coyote: i do not want to receive a bite from it!
    Also Coyote: come here on my hand ✋

  • PancakezWUT
    PancakezWUT 8 महीने पहले +554

    People who remember the bite or sting series are the true legends.

    • Saint Michael
      Saint Michael 7 महीने पहले

      The sting Zone

    • Taurean McNabb
      Taurean McNabb 8 महीने पहले

      ...in the making

    • Game Parade
      Game Parade 8 महीने पहले

      The crokodile

    • 1983hala
      1983hala 8 महीने पहले

      Oh man you nake me remmeber bollte ant

    • Denki Kami :D
      Denki Kami :D 8 महीने पहले

      I remember it-

  • Chosen One
    Chosen One 4 महीने पहले

    We got the brown recluse here in iowa as soon as you walk outside you can find one with ease. You can identify them by the violin shape mark they have on their backs, they're not aggressive but they are scary.

  • No Way Jose
    No Way Jose 7 महीने पहले +12

    Me: "Hey, want to watch Coyote let a recluse crawl on his hands?"
    Wife: "Aww hell no! What's wrong with you?!"

  • Znari Znotsj
    Znari Znotsj 7 महीने पहले

    Spiders are fantastic and deserve our respect. Spread the word, Coyote! 🌞

  • David Runion
    David Runion 7 महीने पहले

    I was bit on the leg by one years ago. Left a large black spot on my calf. Doctor told me the most effective treatment was actually Echinacea because there wasn’t an antivenom for recluse. I took a bunch of echinacea and the spot reduced by half in one day and was gone a few days later.
    Not saying this is the way to go for everyone but that’s what worked for me.

  • Revan
    Revan 8 महीने पहले +633

    "To identify the spider you will have to get very close"
    Most people: SMASHY SMASHY

    • geometric art
      geometric art 7 महीने पहले

      My cat identifies all spiders and each meet their same fate. Identification is usually impossible after they're pulverized. LMAO!

    • R.M.S.
      R.M.S. 7 महीने पहले

      Lol so true

    • GamingWithMatt
      GamingWithMatt 7 महीने पहले +1

      Oh no! A spider! Call in 15 tactical nukes

    • pregmonk
      pregmonk 7 महीने पहले +1

      @broncofan99 👿

    • broncofan99
      broncofan99 7 महीने पहले +1

      @pregmonk if you miss xD

  • J D
    J D दिन पहले

    I'm now braver and wilder, thank you Coyote

  • Ace C
    Ace C 7 महीने पहले +2

    2:29 And it's looking at you!
    Also any data trying to make venomous spiders less scary is worthless because as one who dislike spiders I'm definitely going to be part of that 10% that ends up having their limb cut off due to a bite.

  • DragonSoul621
    DragonSoul621 7 महीने पहले

    Ive seen a bunch of these here where i live, they love to hide in corners and specially inside shoes, i always give my slippers/shoes a good shake before putting them on mainly cuz a coworker lost a toe to one of those buggers.

  • K U
    K U 7 महीने पहले +6

    "It all depends on how your body reacts to the venom"
    Would you're body even react at all? Pretty sure it would be like "Was that a mosquito?" You're blood is already 45% venom! Heck the spider would probably die after biting you

    • Gabrielle Person
      Gabrielle Person 7 महीने पहले

      Some people have lost good chunks of a limb thanks to this spider. One's sister was in my class.

  • tarantula kat
    tarantula kat 8 महीने पहले +452

    My least favorite part handling a brown recluse is the fact they don’t want to get off your hand once you let them on 😂
    I appreciate you mentioning that their venom affects people differently. For the vast majority of KNOWN bites, 90% are nothing more than a slight localized redness. Most of those “bites” we see are actually MRSA or staph and unfairly blamed on these guys. They are so misunderstood and unfortunately under studied and villainized.
    I suggest checking out Rick Vetter’s work if you want to know more.
    But these guys are awesome! Appreciate this video.

    • Taylor FireFlame
      Taylor FireFlame 2 महीने पहले

      My mom got bit from a brown recluse and she almost lost a breast, it was very gross. Do their bites cause the staph/other misinterpreted disease?

    • stevusbeefus
      stevusbeefus 4 महीने पहले

      @itachi uchiha r/littlekidsyoutube

    • Keiki Alani Frazee
      Keiki Alani Frazee 5 महीने पहले

      @datsuntoyy -“Pitbulls” turn bad cuz of their Owners (it’s their responsibility). Always. It’s bad reporting if the reporter reporting it didn’t dig deeper to find out why the pit bulls did what they did. Brown Recluse bites depends on how allergic you are to their venom; & if you dig deeper into it, you’d find percentages of people who aren’t highly entirely allergic to their bite. Your research landed You on the worst cases. If you’re looking for specific trouble, specific trouble you will find in that research, instead of looking at the whole picture. Perhaps that’s what you ended up with?
      I don’t think she was saying ,“hey, play with them aggressively, it’s okay, they won’t bite; much…”. Common Sense.

    • datsuntoyy
      datsuntoyy 5 महीने पहले +1

      @grazia aquite The desert and Arizona recluse like to be just that, a recluse, they shy away from humans and our homes. Not so with the brown recluse, it loves people and their homes.

    • tarantula kat
      tarantula kat 5 महीने पहले +1

      @datsuntoyy yeah I am in fact in that “ring.” I’d love to see your paper.

  • Branden Mckay
    Branden Mckay 5 महीने पहले

    Currently dealing with one of these bites. From Canada working in Kansas state. Putting on my hard hat (left in work truck) nailed me twice in my right temple. Can’t really explain the pain. Been to the ER twice in two weeks. Thanks fully wounds aren’t getting bigger. Hopefully it doesn’t. To say the least I’ve had my fill working down south. Back to the snow I go 😂