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New species of spider is discovered that rots human flesh

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A new spider has just been discovered in Mexico that can rot human flesh.

The Loxosceles Tenochtitlan posses a potent tissue-destroying venom that can create necrosis lesions on the skin.



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These lesions can reportedly take multiple months to heal, permanently scarring the individual that should be so unfortunate to come in contact with one of these creepy-crawlies.

More sever issues can happen with children in particular.

Moral of the story? Be sure to double check your furniture as they love to live there.

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