The Goliath bird-eating spider is the biggest spider in the world. Goliath bird-eating spiders eat insects, rodents, bats, snakes and lizards. Some of their adaptations are they make a hissing noise to tell their enemies to leave them alone. Some fun facts are they have one inch long fangs and they also lay up to 200 eggs.
Goliath bird-eating spiders can be more than 12 inches long. They can be dark or light brown and they have dark stripes on their legs. They live in burrows in the northern part of South America. It was fun to learn about Goliath bird-eating spiders.
~Written by Melany