DANGEROUS Jungle Spider!

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On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote catches a giant Wandering Spider in the jungles of Costa Rica!
Known for belonging to the most dangerous family of spiders in the Americas, the Wandering Spider is equip with an extremely toxic venom! Seriously, one bite can send you right to the hospital. So in order to get this arachnid close to the cameras Coyote is going to need to use all of his wildlife handling skills in what is sure to be one risky encounter!
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Caption: Spider go go ahead sit down ali franca . far beneath the dense canopy of the . costa rican rainforest a plethora of . toxic creatures hide amongst the foliage . and shadows from hopping poisonous frogs . to slithering venomous snakes. he's so-called biological landmines can . frequently be encountered in almost any . stretch of wilderness tonight we are . back exploring the 140-acre expanse of. the costa rican amphibian research . reserve where the crew and i are the . search for one of central america's most . dangerous arachnids however before we . can even begin to look for eight-legged . creatures we stumble upon the rainforest . post and the mist pit viper . well guys one of the most common terms . you hear me say is biological landmine. and we haven't been out for more than 15 . minutes tonight and already we've come . across one of the most toxic snakes in . all of central america the ferret . alliance hits right there at tonight's . episode is all about these biological . and mines so it's just coincidence that . we came across the small one right now . our mark just crouched down real slowly . there you can see it's right in the. middle of the walking trail that early . for you it is perfectly camouflaged we . almost stepped right on it you can see . it's stink completely still right now . and look at that camouflage this . speckled leaf-like patterning allows it . to perfectly blend in to these leaves . and all of this dark modern i'm not even . sure like i've got a shot a year and a. shot of it i'm not even sure people can . see where it isn't so cable oh yeah well . actually that's a good thing why don't . you gotta give a general view of this . area and let people try to pick it out . on screen can you guys see the ferret . lance sit there no . in there. now this is this is the stable this . snake is no stranger to us we come . across fair lance almost every time we . were out here in the rainforests of . costa rica and i would say this one's . small to medium-sized we certainly come . across some that are much larger than . this and this snake is responsible for . more deaths than any other species here . in central and south america all right . let's let this snake go and see if we . can find some of those creepy arachnids . right encountering snakes is all about . being in the right place at the right . time but when it comes to encountering . creepy crawlies these encounters usually. happen when you least expect them . oh this that cabin . whoa there's an interesting-looking . spider that right there that's the . fishing spider okay . that is a wandering spider how do you . know that you can tell by the distinct . stripe that's going right down some of . its back there and so that's what we're . looking for just a little small that's a . little small we want something much . bigger than that . all right let's search all around the . outside of this building hailed it my . clothes . [music]. well the scorpion scorpion back here in. the thing. [music]. oh here's . [music]. here we go. it feels real comfort upon that leaf . check that out yet another one of the . costa rican rainforests biological . landmines they vary this appears to be . some variety of bark scorpion based on . its narrow front pincers but i do not . know how potent the venom is so i . certainly do not want to be stung by any . species that i cannot properly identify . pretty good-sized one too if it is a . bark scorpion look at that stinger do . you see it just in between my gloves . there yeah all right let's place the . scorpion back up on the side of this old . shed and keep searching for the . wandering spider. [music]. it was turning into a night of . biological landmines and while we came . upon several different spider species . each one more creepy than the last our . target was yet to be located so we . continued into the night and headed . toward a small jungle pond that was . likely to have a world of creatures . around it upon our arrival all it took . was scanning the overhanging tree limbs . or we knew it the rainforest most . dangerous eight-legged predator was in . our sights. that's a big spider . there's the one oh boy it sounds like . look through there can you see the red . underside fighting right let me see the . caption here okay you guys down okay . shops right yep . you didn't see it run out of there when . i got leaked i did not so there's . wedding all over that i see it it's . right in here. it's right in this leaf right here this . mane okay stretch look the gameplay of . it i am going to put the end of the . capsule right like this i'm going to . gently try to coax it backwards into the . container wait where's the lakers with . [music]. everybody got a good shot yep . [music]. oh hold on nobody move . look out look out look out back back . back back back. see how they jump. [music]. guys that was a little nerve-racking wow . talk not one fierce looking spider okay . let's back away from this watery area . what i'm gonna do is actually place the . leaf back up in the tree so we can just . put the spider right back up into the . tree okay here we go . i say we go down to the jungle research . hut and get this spider up close for the . cameras it's the most controlled . situation we can be in that takes a lot . of nerves a lot of nerves guys man that . was definitely one of the most . nerve-wracking catches of my entire . career i couldn't believe that when i . tried to get it into the capsule and it . sprang out it came straight towards you . guys like the lightning ball yeah that . is why we pay respect to the wandering . spider let me take off my pack here and . get a little bit more comfortable not . gonna need the pack for this scene i . take off these gloves and i was wearing . the gloves because i was afraid that if . the spider left out of the tree it may . land on my hand and inflict one very . very painful bite here we go guys . now we have been to costa rica many . times and this is bio landmine number. one you always see them hanging up in . the trees climbing up the trunks of the . trees running across the jungle floor . the wandering spider is quite possibly . the most dangerous arachnid we could . come across out here in the rain forest . now when i say wandering spider that's a . generalization for any spider species . that's just crawling around out there on . the rainforest floor but there are . actually eight cataloged species a . brazilian wandering spider and i do . believe that this is the costa rican . variety and the way that i can identify . it as such is the quintessential red . linings on. the legs let me tip it up and see if you . can see that there marker . look at those red legs now what this. spider will do if it feels threatened by. any potential predator is it will rear . up like this on its back legs revealing . that red coloration now apple somatic . right telling you that i am very . venomous now if the red coloration . doesn't warn you to walk away you're . gonna be bitten by two massive fangs . that are armed with huge venom sacs yeah . look at it looking at you it's . intimidating i mean it doesn't need to . be scattering around inside of this . container to know that it's extremely . toxic and you may be asking yourself . will coyote you're gonna free hold this . spider like you did the black widow no . way guys the bite from this is so much. worse this is probably the only spider . species that i've ever encountered thus . far that really really really makes me . nervous now you look at this you're . thinking well it's just kind of a big . fuzzy spider and i know some people have . a horrible case of arachnophobia and . right now you're shaking in your seat . thinking to yourselves coyote how are . you possibly holding this thing but it . is a creature that we do respect and we . do love and it is out here just doing . its thing hunting for bugs hunting for . small frogs this spider is actually . large enough where it can need to take . down some small mammals i do . i believe that was the eyelash viper . video and somebody actually wrote in the . comments section on youtube it said . coyote you're aware that was a wandering . spider right so we immediately looked it . up we're like oh yeah only the most . dangerous spider in the area my hand was . literally inches from it now as you guys . could see from earlier they are capable . of jumping that's what makes them in my . opinion . now they're primarily nocturnal so . during the day they're hiding underneath . old rotting boards in between leaves up . in the canopy and one way that people . often come across these spiders is . because they're constantly found in . residential areas during the day they . may even come into your house or hide in . your boot hide in your sheets anywhere . that this spider can find a place to . hide and stay out of the daylight is . fair game so you have to be extremely . careful it's why we always tell you . especially when you're in the rain . forest to check your boots before you . put them on because overnight wandering . spider could have crawled inside trust . me the one thing you don't want to . happen is put your foot into your boot . and you get a bite from this spider now . at full size this spider can be about . six inches in diameter this one here is . about four inches from the tip of its . longest leg to the other tip of its . longest leg a little more like that you . see that my hand up next to it kind of . give you some reference oh that's a . pretty big spider right there well i . would definitely say that it was one . successful evening when it came to . coming across many of the biological . landmines that we see here in the costa . rican rainforest and nothing could have . topped it off better than this enormous . wandering spider i'm coyote peterson be . brave stay wild we'll see on the next . adventure . the crude i have encountered many spider . species over the course of our travels . some of which i've even been brave . enough to handle despite the risk of . their toxic bite however when it comes . to the wandering spider there is no . question about it this is the most . dangerous arachnid i have ever worked . with so if you find yourself in central . or south america you stumble upon one of . these large predatory arachnids do your . absolute best to stay safe distance from . this biological landmine does its bite . it's without question . something you never want to experience . [music]. mission complete. if you thought the wandering spider was. a creepy creature make sure to go back . and watch the episode where i free . handle one of costa rica's most common . arachnids the golden silk orb-weaver and . don't forget subscribe so you can join . me in the crew on this season of. breaking trail . .
 

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