I know that the Black Widow and Violin Spiders are known for being harmful to humans and venemous spiders. However, I have seen a number of spiders, that are much bigger than those species and with much larger fangs. Normally in nature, animals with bright and vivid colors are a warning sign for being dangerous.
The Bold (Daring) Jumping Spider has bright blueish green fangs and they are freakin huge! A lot of wolf spiders, fishing spiders, wadering spiders, and huntsmans also are large spiders with massive fangs. yet these species are not treated as dangerous spiders. What is to keep these spiders with big fangs from sinking those teeth into me, especially if provoked, and what are the consequences of that since all spiders are venemous, but only those notorious widows and recluses get the headlines?
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