VIRAL! Spider Crawls Out Of Woman’s Ear Leaving Internet Shocked! Netizens Say, ‘New Fear Unlocked’!

Jumping spiders are known for their impressive eyesight and these little arachnids have large eyes which make them appear cute

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VIRAL! Spider Crawls Out Of Woman’s Ear Leaving Internet Shocked! Netizens Say, ‘New Fear Unlocked’!
The Internet can be full of bizarre surprises! A new eerie video has been making the rounds on the internet which has left users both appalled and impressed with a spider's skills. The clip in question featured a cute Jumping Spider crawling out of a woman’s ear and the video has gone viral on social media.

The video was shared by Unilad and it featured a light being shone on a woman’s ear canal as an incy wincy spider crawled out towards the light. 

The sight instantly sparked discussions amongst the users and many stormed the comments section. "New fear unlocked," commented one user while another said, "That wasn't removed. Lil bro walked out of there like he pays rent."

Some even found the spider cute as one wrote, "Hear me out... he's kind of cute.” "It's a cute spider... Might as well keep him," added another.


Interestingly, jumping spiders are known for their impressive eyesight and these arachnids always have four pair of eyes including a large, forward-facing principle pair that make the spiders look rather Muppet-like and cute. 

These little creatures have large eyes which make them stand out amongst other spiders. 

The shocking video comes days after doctors pulled out flesh-eating maggots from the ear of a man in Portugal. The larvae had eaten away a part of the eardrum.

In the video a 64-year-old had ben experiencing the symptoms for five days. 

A Moneycontrol report quoted a paper published in The New England Journal of Medicine, during a physical examination, and pointed out that doctors found "numerous mobile larvae" were blocking the patient's ear canal. 

They flushed the ear with water and then removed the maggots with ear forceps.

The patient was treated with antibiotics to prevent secondary infection and had recovered in a week, the paper stated.

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