DANGEROUS Jungle Spider!

DANGEROUS Jungle Spider!


– Boy that’s a big spider! Here goes, want to set
down the leaf right there. – [Mark] Okay its in. – [Coyote] Whoooo, no its not. Look out, look out, look out! (jungle beat music) – 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. These 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 on a search for one of central America’s
most dangerous arachnids. However, before we
can even begin to look for eight-legged
creatures we stumbled upon the rainforests most
infamous 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 fer-de-lance,
its right there. Tonight’s episode is all about
these biological landmines so its just coincidence
that we came across this small one right now. Alright Mark, just crouch
down real slowly there. You can see its right in the
middle of the walking trail. – [Mark] Can barely see it. – It is perfectly camouflaged, we almost stepped right on it. You can see it staying
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 mud. – I’m not even sure, like I
got a shot of you and a shot of it, I’m not even sure if
people can see where it is, its so camouflaged. – Oh yeah, well actually
that’s a good thing. Why don’t you give a
general view of this area and let people try to
pick it out on screen. Can you guys see
the fer-de-lance. – [Mark] Is it there? No. Is it there? No. Oh. – This is the snake– Oooh careful. Careful, careful, careful. There we go, check that out. This snake is no stranger to us. We come across fer-de-lance
almost every time we’ve come out here to the
rainforests of Costa Rica. And I would say this one’s
small to medium size. We’ve 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. Alright, lets let this snake
go and see if we can find some of those creepy arachnids. Alright, you ready? 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. – [Mark] Oh is this that cabin? – [Coyote] Yeah, research hut. Ooh, there’s some
interesting looking spiders. That right there,
that’s a fishing spider. That is a wandering spider. – [Mark] How do you know this? – [Coyote] You can tell
by the distinct stripe its got right down the center
of its back there and– – [Mark] So that’s
what we’re looking for, but its a little small. – [Coyote] Yeah
its a little small, we want something
much bigger than that. Alright lets search all around
the outside of this building. – [Mark] I feel
that we’re close. – [Coyote] Oh scorpion,
there’s a scorpion back here in the thing. Yeah there’s a scorpion
right there can you see it. – [Mark] Oh yeah. – [Coyote] Look at that, let
me see if I can get it out. Oh, there it is. There we go. He feels real
comfortable on that leaf. Check that out. Yet another one of the
Costa Rican rainforests biological landmines. – [Mark] How dangerous
is a scorpion? – [Coyote] Mmm, 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 size one too
if it is a bark scorpion. Look at that stinger, can you see it just in
between my gloves there? – [Mark] That’s a good stinger. – Yeah, alright lets place
the scorpion back up on the side of this old shed, and keep searching for
the wandering spider. 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 towards 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 and before we
knew it, the rainforests most dangerous eight-legged
predator, was in our sights. – [Mark] Is that him? – Hold on, let me check. Boy, that’s a big spider. – [Mark] Is it one? – Oh boy, its on to
us, look through there. Can you see the red
underside to its legs. (mumbling) Let me see if I
can see the spider. – [Mark] Okay, let me
see if I can grab it. You’re watching
the spider right. Okay I got the leaf, I don’t
know if it has the spider. – [Coyote] Alright set
down the leaf right there. Let me see the capsule. Okay, um, you guys
got okay shots right? – [Mark] You didn’t see
it run out of there? – I did not. – [Mark] There’s
webbing all over that. I think that’s its
permanent residence. I don’t want to destroy it. – [Coyote] I see it. Its right in here. Its right in this leaf
right here, this main– – [Mark] Okay, so what’s
the game plan here. – [Coyote] I am going to
put the end of the capsule, right like this. And I’m going to gently try to coax it backwards into the container. Wait, where’s the lid? Here’s the lid. – [Mark] You have gloves,
so you’re on your own. – [Coyote] Yep, everybody
got a good shot. – [Mark] Its in. – [Coyote] Ooooh, no its not. Hold on, nobody move. Look out, look out, look out! Back, back, back. See how they jump. Got it! Whooohoooo, that was a
little nerve-wracking. Wow. Talk about one
fierce-looking spider. Okay, lets back away
from this watery area. What I’m gonna do is
actually place the leaf back up on the tree so we
can just put the spider right back up into
the tree, okay. Oh man, my hands are shaking. – [Mark] Right, where do
you want to do the scene at? – I say we go down to
the jungle research hut and get this spider up
close for the cameras. Its the most controlled
situation we can be in. That takes a lot of nerves,
a lot of nerves guys. (chuckling) Oh 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 and came
straight towards you guys. – [Mark] It was like
a lightning bolt. – Yeah. That it 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. Take off these gloves, now
I was wearing the gloves because I was afraid that
if the spider leapt 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 rainforest. 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 of 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 undersides of the legs. Let me tip it up and see if
you can see that there Mark. 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, aposematic, 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. – [Mark] Look at
him, looking at you. – Its intimidating. It doesn’t need to be
scattering around inside of this container to know
that its extremely toxic. And you may be asking yourself,
well Coyote are you going to freehold 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 makes me nervous. And you look at this
and you think, hmm, its 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’s
actually large enough where it can even take
down some small mammals. That is one incredible
predator right there. – [Mark] Remember that time,
that we were in Posa Peninsula and you actually put
your hand right by one. – I do, I believe that was
the eyelash-viper video. And somebody actually wrote
in the comments section on Youtube, Coyote, you’re aware that was a wandering
spider right? So we immediately looked
it up and we were like, ooh, yeah, only the most
dangerous spider in the area and my hand was
literally inches from it. And as you guys can
see from earlier, they are capable of jumping. That’s what makes them,
in my opinion, so scary. 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. That’s why we always tell
you, especially when you’re in the rainforest,
to check your boots before you put them on. Because overnight, a wandering
spider could have crawled inside and 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. Let me hold it up for
you like that, see that? Put 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 you on
the next adventure. The crew and I have
encountered many spider species over the course of our travels. Some of which I have 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 and you stumble upon one
of these large predatory arachnids, do your absolute
best to stay a safe distance from this biological landmine. Because its bite is
without question, something you never
want to experience. 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. Ând don’t forget, subscribe,
so you can join me and the crew on this season of
Breaking Trail.

What If You Were Bitten By The Most Venomous Spider?

What If You Were Bitten By The Most Venomous Spider?


Spiders are all around us. There are over thirty-five thousand different
species and one study of homes in South Carolina found spiders present in one hundred percent
of them! Most spiders do not pose a threat to humans,
and are actually quite helpful in keeping populations of other bugs in check. However, there are some species whose bites
and venom can be extremely dangerous. There is a common misconception that the Daddy
Long Legs is the most venomous spider but that their fangs can’t pierce human skin. In truth, Daddy Long Legs do occasionally
bite people, however, their venom will produce a mild irritation at worst. According to scientists, the most venomous
spider on the planet today is actually the Brazilian Wandering Spider, which got its
name because it roams the forest floor looking for prey. A single bite from one of these spiders and
you will instantly feel pain. Immediate symptoms include inflammation of
the skin with severe burning and redness, goose bumps, and sweating. Their venom is strong enough to quickly kill
bugs, birds, small rodents, and even young children! But in adults, the venom generally takes longer
to work. As it courses through the bloodstream further
symptoms like blurred vision, nausea, erratic heartbeats, chills, and uncontrollable shaking
can occur. There have even been instances of a strange
side-effect in men where it can make your you-know-what painfully swell and cause permanent
damage! While the symptoms are very unpleasant, actual
deaths from Brazilian Wandering Spider bites are rare. Out of the more than 7,000 bites that have
been reported, there are only ten deaths that have been attributed to the Brazilian Wandering
Spider. That said, medical treatment is still required
so that an anti-venom can be administered. And while Brazilian Wandering Spiders are
only native to South America, there have been news stories of them traveling along with
banana shipments to other countries. So the next time you’re picking out fruit
at the grocery store you may want to be extra careful. If you want to make Fuzzy and Nutz happy,
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DEADLIEST SPIDER BITE!


– [Coyote] You ready? – [Cameraman] Oh,
spider, huge spider! Right there right there,
Oh, whoa. right there, right there.
Is that a tarantula? – [Coyote] No no no no no. I think that’s a
funnel web spider. – Okay, a bite from this
is potentially lethal. I’m just gonna set that down
and see if I can coax it. It’s in, it’s in
there, it’s in there. (highly energetic music) Australia’s arguably the most dangerous continent
in the world. I’m sure that as your
imagination begins to run wild, you are likely
thinking about being snatched from a river’s
edge and eaten alive by a giant Saltwater Crocodile. Or perhaps you are envisioning
how terrifying it would be if you were to stumble
upon and be bitten by one of it’s incredibly
venomous snakes, like the Eastern Brown. However, it’s not
only the reptiles that you need to be weary off. Tonight we are exploring
just outside of Sydney, the most densely populated
city in Australia, which also happens to be home to the world’s deadliest spider,
the Sydney Funnel Web. Armed with a set
of massive fangs, and an incredibly toxic
venom, just a single bite from this spider has the
ability to kill a human. Sounds terrifying, yet these
spiders are rather illusive and tend to avoid
humans at all cost. In fact, they can be
rather difficult to find, as building their silk
lined, funnel shaped burrows under rocks or in rotting logs keeps them hidden
and out of sight. Ooh, covered in ants,
watch out for that. Let’s go on the back
side of this tree. There’s some logs
to flip over here. So, unless you’re like me
and are flipping over debris in the environment, your
odds of encountering one are pretty unlikely. You ready? Lift this up. Oh, spider, huge spider. Right there, right there,
Oh, Whoa. right there, right there.
Is that a tarantula? No, no, no, no, no, I think
that’s a Funnel Web Spider. Right there, just came out
from underneath that log. Look at it’s
abdomen, right there. Holy cow, that’s definitely
a Funnel Web Spider. Hold on, I need to get
it in this container. Oh my gosh, did you see? It’s a good thing I picked up
the log from the other side. It was just burrowed
right underneath there. – [Cameraman] That’s a
tiny container, dude. That looks too big
to be a Funnel Web. – [Coyote] No, no,
no, it definitely is. Look at the front of it’s body. – [Cameraman] Oh yeah. – [Coyote] Wow, that
spider’s so big, I don’t think it’s going
to fit in this container. Mario, you have that bigger jar? – [Mario] Yeah, I think might
have one in my backpack. Hang on. – [Coyote] Let me see
if I can peel back some of these grasses.
It looks like a tarantula but, Ooh, it’s moving, hurry up. – [Mario] I understand, here. – [Coyote] Okay, bite from
this is potentially lethal. I’m just going to set that
down and see if I can coax it. I’m going to try to coax it
right into the container. Now they cannot jump but
they will lunge forward. Oh, it’s in, it’s
in there, it’s in. There we go. Wow, look at that.
Oh yeah. That is 100 percent
a Funnel Web Spider. – [Cameraman] That is a big one. – Wow, we can not
miss getting this up close for the cameras. Okay, let me grab my bag and
let’s head up to those rocks. Wow, that is without
question a Funnel Web Spider. The question that remains
is what species is it? I want to find a
good, flat open rock. – [Cameraman] How about
that one right there? – This? Yeah.
Yeah, that looks pretty. – [Cameraman] Or that
one. Is that better? – Yeah, that’s a
little bit better. Let’s see if it will just
sit on top of the rocks if it’s just like this. – [Cameraman] Yeah, I
like this, this is good. – Wow. – [Cameraman] Let’s have a look. – That is intimidating. It does, it looks
like a tarantula. I know you said,
“Is it a tarantula? “You sure it’s a
Funnel Web Spider?” 100 percent certain it’s
a Funnel Web Spider. One of the ways that you can
identify this species as such is they have a very
bald cephalothorax. Now, they do have hairs on
their legs, and on the abdomen, but that is how you can
recognize a Funnel Web Spider, and that’s the perfect
sort of place to find them. Underneath logs
where they can wait and ambush for their prey. Now, they will also,
obviously, be inside of burrows with those little funnel web
systems, and whoa, am I glad that I picked up the log
from the end that I did. Now, my fingers didn’t
tuck underneath the log. I was on the top side
and that’s why you always pick up a log from an
area that you can see, because if you tuck
your fingers underneath, you grapple onto that
spider, and you take a bite, you are on your way to the
hospital, without question. Okay, now, I know it’s probably
kind of tough to see it inside of this container, so
let me see if I can take it out and place it on the rock here, and let’s get some
shots with you. Are you ready for that? – [Cameraman] Okay,
let me help the guys break out the light real quick. – Okay,
It’s getting dark. We’re losing light here. (dramatic music) Alright guys, we have
the lights set up now, and in the lights, the
spider is even more intimidating looking. You can see the sheen on the
legs and the cephalothorax. Ah, it’s already cast
a little bit of webbing inside the container
there, and uh, I think if you guys are ready, let’s take it out
of the container and see if it will just hold
it’s ground here on the rock. Now, this is an extremely
aggressive spider species, and often times, they won’t run, but what they will do is rear up and show you those fangs,
and those front legs. Okay.
We have to be very cautious. Yeah, I’m just going to
gently tilt this down like this, and let’s
see if it will crawl out and just stop right
there, here we go. Okay, see if I can
get it to stay still. Ooh, you stay, you
stay, you stay. Actually, maybe I’ll do this. It seems to be more comfortable
inside the container. – [Cameraman] Yeah,
that works for me. How about you, Mario?
Okay. This is such a dangerous spider. I mean, even more so
than a wandering spider. – [Cameramen] Ohh.
Okay. Look at those hooked legs,
allowing it to hold on to the edge of the container. Let me see if I do
this, maybe if I put the container over
top of it, and give it just a second to
stay right there. Now, one reason that
the bite it so bad is that because when they
bite, their fangs are so long, they actually will
hook into you, hold on, and continue
to pump venom. And it’s not like a Black
Widow or a Red Back Spider where they might give
you a warning bite. A bite from this spider
species is full on, as much venom as I can inject. Okay, let’s try this. Everybody got a decent
shot on the spider? There you have it, wow,
and just for scale. Look at how big that
spider is next to my hand. Not taking my eyes
off of the arachnid. That is definitely as close
as I feel like I can get. Alright Mark, let’s try this, I’m going to try to present it from just it’s still
position, right there, and like all spider species,
you see those very defined eight legs, but they also have
very long pedipalps upfront and that helps them to
grapple on to their prey, and when they rear up,
they show those fangs, and their fangs are
incredibly long. Longer, in some
cases, than even some of the snake species
here in Australia. Now, one of the reasons that
this spider is considered so dangerous, is because
they can often times be found in residential areas. The Sydney Funnel Web
specifically is often times found right in
people’s backyards. That’s why they tell
you if you’re out there working in the garden, make
sure you have on gloves. You can be tilling up
dirt, accidentally grab one of these things, it bites
you on the tip of the finger, and you may be seeing symptoms
in as few as 15 minutes. Now, the immediate bite, you’re
definitely going to notice. The fangs are long
enough to draw blood, but immediately you’ll feel
throbbing in your finger, and shortly after,
you’ll start to feel a tingling in your
mouth and lips. Now, if you’re bitten
by one of these spiders, you want to apply compression
to the entire arm. So, let’s say you’re bitten
on the top of your finger, put compression straps up
the length of your arm. That will help slow the movement of the venom into your body. Wow, that is impressive. Now, there are around
40 recognized species of Funnel Web Spider, with
one of the most dangerous being the Sydney Funnel
Web, and I can’t identify exactly if this is
a Sydney or not, but what we do want to do
is actually take this spider back with us into civilization. Where we want to go is the
Australian Reptile Park. They are, oh, it’s moving. The Australian Reptile
Park is the one place in Australia where they
actually extract venom from these spiders
and then in turn build an antivenom for
people that are bitten. So, this spider that
we found right here, might actually be used
to save some lives. How cool is that?
Awesome. I think the best thing to
do now is put a cap on this, place it in my pack,
and call it a night. I’m Coyote Peterson,
be brave, stay wild. We’ll see you on
the next adventure. Alright, we are
taking this spider to the Australian Reptile Park. Wow, what a find! Australia’s home to a collection
of dangerous arachnids, from the Red Back,
to the Huntsmen, and ultimately the Funnel Web. This beautiful continent is
crawling with venomous spiders. Catching a Funnel Web
Spider is something I had always hoped to do, and
now with one in my possession, it was time that the crew and I headed to the
Australian Reptile Park. Famous for being the only
sanctuary of it’s type in Australia, they’re
renowned for their spider and snake venom milking program. Will our spider’s venom be
used to save human lives? Stay tuned for the
fascinating conclusion as I get dangerously close
to this creepy arachnid. And don’t forget, subscribe so
you can join me and the crew on this season of
Breaking Trail. Things are about
to get dangerous. (animal noises)

Miss Spider’s – Sing It Sister / Ant-tuition – Ep. 10


♪ Spiders are spinning away
in the trees, ♪ ♪ Buggies are bouncing
and riding the breeze; ♪ ♪ Gliding through the sky, ♪ ♪ We’re flying high,
the fun we hatch ♪ ♪ In Sunny Patch. ♪ ♪ Coming home for hugs, ♪ ♪ Be good to bugs. ♪ ♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS!
♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪KIDS:
(GIGGLES)
OKAY, PANSY, YOUR TURN
TO BE LEAP BUG! PANSY:
(GRUNTS) WHAT’RE YOU WAITING FOR,
SNOWDROP? SNOWDROP:
JUST GETTING READY. HERE GOES… MADE IT! BOUNCE:
MY TURN! MY TURN! MY TURN! BOUNCE AWAY! SQUIRT:
BOUNCE! BOUNCE:
YAHOOO!DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ WE ARE THE DRIBBLY DELL
SING- ♪
KATIE:
EASY DOES IT, LITTLE GUY.
KIDS:
BOUNCE! OH NO! BOUNCE:
SORRY. BOUNCE?
ARE YOU OKAY? UH-HUH. THEY’RE SINGING
PRETTY MUSIC INSIDE!DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ MI-MI-MI-MI-MI-MILLIPEDES! ♪
♪ FA-FA-FA-FA-FA-FIREFLIES! ♪WOW! KATY KATYDID AND
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS ARE MY FAVOURITES! SQUIRT:
SO LET’S CHECK ‘EM OUT! PRETTY… HEY, WAIT FOR ME. KATIE:
THAT WAS SWEET AS HONEY,
YOU ALL. BUT I HAVE TO SAY
WE’RE NOT THE SAME SINCE KELLY CRICKET HOPPED OFF
AND GOT HERSELF HITCHED. KATIE?KATIE:
YES, MR. MANTIS?
MAYBE IT’S TIME
TO LOOK FOR A NEW SINGER TO JOIN OUR CHORUS? WHY, THAT’S A HUM-DINGER
OF AN IDEA, MR. MANTIS! ANY CRITTER
WHO CAN CARRY A TUNEIS WELCOME TO TRY OUT!SQUIRT:
DID YOU HEAR THAT, PANSY? DID I EVER! I’VE ALWAYS WANTED TO BE
IN THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS! THEN THIS IS
YOUR BIG CHANCE! YOU KNOW,
MAYBE I COULD!DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ MI-MI-MI-MI-MI-MILLIPEDES! ♪
PANSY: (SINGING)
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ ♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ I DON’T THINK SHE’S SINGING
THE RIGHT NOTES, MOM. SHHH. PANSY’S TRYING
HER BEST, SQUIRT. ♪ I AM A DRIBBLY DELL SINGER! ♪ (APPLAUSE) MISS SPIDER:
VERY NICE JOB, PANSY!SQUIRT:
YEAH.
UM, SOUNDED JUST LIKE
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS… ONLY, YOU KNOW, DIFFERENT. YEAH,
I NOTICED THAT, TOO. DAD, I THINK YOUR
GUITAR’S OUT OF TUNE. (GIGGLE) AHHH.
THAT MUST HAVE BEEN IT. WHY DON’T WE TRY IT AGAIN
FROM THE TOP, SWEETIE? HUH?
UM, I JUST REMEMBERED. I NEED TO GO OUTSIDE
AND PLAY. BYE. WHY DO I HAVE TO SING IT AGAIN? I ALREADY KNOW THE SONG. MISS SPIDER:
I THINK WHAT YOUR DAD’S
TRYING TO SAY IS… UM, IF TRYOUTS
ARE TOMORROW AND- YOU’RE RIGHT. I’VE GOTTA GO FIGURE OUT
WHAT COLOUR BOW I’M GONNA PUT IN MY HAIR. WON’T IT BE GREAT? ME IN THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS! ♪ ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME! ♪ (SIGHS) I’M NOT SURE PANSY’S QUITE
READY TO TRY OUT, DEAR. MAYBE NOT. BUT DON’T YOU THINK
SHE SHOULD HAVE THE CHANCE TO FOLLOW HER DREAM,
HONEY? I GUESS
YOU’RE RIGHT. MAYBE SHE’LL SING BETTER
AT THE AUDITION TOMORROW.SNOWDROP:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪
GOLLY! SHE SOUNDS BETTER ALREADY! THAT’S NOT PANSY SINGING,
HOLLEY. THAT’S…IN UNISON:
SNOWDROP?!
SNOWDROP:
♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ ♪ I AM A- ♪MISS SPIDER:
OH, HOLLEY LOOK.
DON’T STOP SINGING,
HONEY. OH. I DIDN’T KNOW ANYBUGGY
WAS LISTENING. I HAD NO IDEA
YOU HAD SUCH A PRETTY VOICE! I’LL SAY! MAYBE YOU SHOULD TRY OUT FOR
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS, TOO. OH, I COULD NEVER SING
IN FRONT OF OTHER BUGS. I’D BE TOO EMBARRASSED. MISS SPIDER:
BUT YOU JUST SANG
IN FRONT OF US. HOLLEY:
WOULDN’T BE SURPRISED IF SOME OF THE NEIGHBOURS
HEARD YOU, TOO. SNOWDROP:
EVERYBUGGY HEARD ME?! OH NO! (SIGHS) OH DEAR. PANSY:
♪ I AM A DRIBBLY DELL SINGER! ♪ THAT WAS A REAL GOOD TRY,
DARLING. BUT SOME OF THOSE NOTES
YOU WERE SINGING CAME OUT JUST A WEE
BIT SCREECH OWL-Y. THEY DID? NOW DON’T FEEL BAD,
SWEET PEA. YOU JUST NEED TO PRACTICE
A LITTLE MORE AND COME BACK ANOTHER TIME,
YOU HEAR? PANSY:
(SIGH) ♪ DOO-WASP A-DOO-WASP
A-DOO-WASP A DOO… ♪ ♪ WASP A DOO
WASP A DOO… ♪ HELLO THERE,
PANSY! HOW’RE YOU DOING? IF YOU MUST KNOW… I WASN’T GOOD ENOUGH!
(SNIFFLE) ♪ DOO-WASP A-DOO-WASP
A-DOO-WASP A DOO… ♪ ♪ WASP A DOO… ♪PANSY:
(CRYING)
MISS SPIDER:
NOW, NOW.
I’M SURE IT WASN’T THAT BAD. YES IT WAS. MY VOICE WAS ALL SQUEAKY
AND I FORGOT THE WORDS AND THE ONLY THING THEY LIKED
WAS MY BOW. I SHOULD NEVER
HAVE TRIED OUT! PANSY, IT’S NEVER
WRONG TO TRY. BUT MAYBE NEXT TIME YOU SHOULD
JUST PRACTICE A LITTLE MORE. PANSY:
(CRYING) AWW. (KISS) SNOWDROP SINGER:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ (GASPS) SNOWDROP SINGER:
♪ FA-FA-FA-FA-FA-FIREFLIES! ♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUMBLEBEES! ♪PANSY:
WOW, SNOWDROP!
YOU SING REALLY WELL! OH NO! PANSY:
SNOWDROP, COME BACK! SNOWDROP:
I’M TOO EMBARRASSED. BUT YOU SING BEAUTIFULLY. GEE, PANSY, THAT’S REALLY
NICE OF YOU TO SAY. I MEAN IT. IN FACT, DO YOU THINK
YOU COULD TEACH ME TO SING LIKE THAT? SURE!
I’M YOUR TWIN SISTER. I’LL HELP YOU. GREAT! SO WHAT DO WE DO FIRST? (RHYMING) SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ HELPS YOU
KEEP YOUR RHYTHM.GIVE IT A TRY!(RHYMING)
SWINGIN’ WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM. ♪ SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ ♪ TOGETHER:
♪ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM! ♪ HEY, I SOUND A LOT BETTER
WHEN I SING WITH YOU! ♪ SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ ♪ TOGETHER:
♪ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM! ♪ ♪ SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ ♪ ♪ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM! ♪ (GIGGLES)KATIE:
OKEY-DOKEY, BEETRICE!
LET’S HEAR YOU SING
YOUR HEART OUT, HON!
ACTUALLY, KATIE,
IT’S NOT EXACTLY SINGING. IT’S BUZZING. WHEN WE BEES FLAP OUR WINGS, THAT’S WHAT MAKES US BUZZ.
SEE? (BUZZES) KATIE:
THANK YOU! NEXT!KATIE: (PLUGGED NOSE)
YOU’RE UP, STINKY.
LET’S HEAR WHAT YOU GOT
DEEP DOWN INSIDE. RIGHT. (HICCUP) OOPS.
‘SCUSE ME. (CHUCKLE)
CAN I TRY THAT AGAIN? THAT’S OKAY,
DARLING. I GET THE IDEA.
THANKS. WELL, THAT’S IT. I’VE HEARD EVERY SINGIN’
CRITTER IN SUNNY PATCH!MISS SPIDER:
UM, KATIE?
PANSY WOULD LIKE
TO TRY AGAIN. PANSY:
AND I’VE BEEN PRACTICING! WELL, BLESS YOUR HEART. SURE, BABY GIRL.
GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT. THANKS. (SIGH) I GUESS
I’M A LITTLE NERVOUS. I KIND OF FORGOT THE WORDS. MISS SPIDER:
MAYBE YOU SHOULD HELP
YOUR SISTER OUT, SNOWDROP. OKAY, MOM. ♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪OKAY,
I’VE GOT IT NOW. THANKS, SNOWDROP. AS I LIVE AND BREATHE! SNOWDROP,
YOUR VOICE IS PURTY-ER THAN THE BREEZE
IN THE PINE TREES. ME? I WAS JUST TRYING TO HELP- KATIE:
MR. MANTIS, I DO BELIEVE WE’VE FOUND OUR NEWEST
SUNNY PATCH SINGERAND HER NAME IS SNOWDROP!(GASPS, WHIMPERS
AND STARTS CRYING) OH NO. PANSY:
(SNIFFLES) OH, PANSY,
I’M SO SORRY. IT’S NOT FAIR! I WANTED TO BE IN
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS. HONEY, SHE DIDN’T MEAN
TO HURT YOU. SINGING JUST HAPPENS TO BE
SNOWDROP’S SPECIAL TALENT. SO, WE SHOULD TRY
TO BE HAPPY FOR HER. (SNIFFLE)
OKAY. I’LL TRY.
(SOBS) AWW, SWEETIE, IT’S OKAY. HURRY UP, EVERYBUGGY! WE WANT TO GET GOOD SEATS FOR YOUR SISTER’S
FIRST CONCERT! SQUIRT:
BOY, SNOWDROP’S SO SHY. I NEVER THOUGHT SHE’D
TURN OUT TO BE A SINGER! (MISS SPIDER CLEARS THROAT) OOPS! I’M SORRY, PANSY.
I JUST MEANT-PANSY:
IT’S OKAY, SQUIRT.
I WAS A LITTLE SAD AT FIRST, BUT NOW I CAN’T WAIT
FOR THE CONCERT TO START. SQUIRT:
OKAY. LET’S GO! WELL,
THAT’S EVERYBUGGY. EVERYBUGGY
EXCEPT SNOWDROP. MISS SPIDER:
SNOWDROP, THE CONCERT’S
ABOUT TO START, HONEY. EVERYTHING OKAY? I’M NOT GOING. BUT IT’S YOUR SPECIAL NIGHT,
SNOWDROP. EVERYBUGGY’S GONNA BE THERE. THAT’S WHY I’M NOT GOING. BUT YOU HAVE SUCH
A BEAUTIFUL VOICE AND WE’LL ALL BE THERE
ROOTING FOR YOU. ESPECIALLY ME! (GASP)PANSY:
IF YOU GET A LITTLE NERVOUS,
JUST LOOK OUT AT ME AND PRETEND WE’RE SWINGING
AND SINGING TOGETHER! PANSY:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ TOGETHER:
♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ (GIGGLES) AW. YOU GIRLS SING
SO BEAUTIFULLY TOGETHER. HEY! SQUIRT:
WHEN’S THE CONCERT GONNA START,
DAD? ANY MINUTE NOW,
SQUIRT. SURE HOPE MOM AND PANSY
GET HERE IN TIME TO HEAR SNOWDROP’S BIG SOLO. SORRY FOR THE DELAY, FOLKS. WE JUST GOT A LITTLE
LAST SECOND SURPRISE THAT’S GUARANTEED TO DOUBLE
YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE! (APPLAUSE) DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ MMMMMMM… ♪ SNOWDROP:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ SNOWDROP
SOUNDS GREAT! TOGETHER:
♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ ♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ WOW! PANSY SINGS
A LOT BETTER THAN THE LAST TIME
I HEARD HER! SHE DID A LOT
OF PRACTICING. AND SHE HAD A SISTER
WHO WAS THERE TO HELP HER. ALL:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ ♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ ♪ WE ARE THE DRIBBLY
DELL SINGERS! ♪ BEETRICE:
BRRRR. MISS SPIDER:
HI BEETRICE! HI MISS SPIDER!
HI SQUIRT! HI. WHAT A SPIDER-IFIC KID. HELPING YOUR MOM GET FOOD
STORED UP FOR THE WINTER. WE’VE BEEN WORKING
ALL MORNING. MISS SPIDER:
WE HAVE BEEN WORKING HARD. THERE’S SO MUCH TO DO BEFORE THE FIRST FROST
HITS SUNNY PATCH. OH, IT FEELS LIKE IT’S GOING TO
FREEZE OVER SOONER THAN LATER. BRRR. I’M GOING INSIDE. NOW CAN I GO PLAY, MOM? I’VE BEEN HELPING ALL MORNING. THERE’S PLENTY MORE TO DO,
SQUIRT. SQUIRT:
BUT THE COZY HOLE IS ALREADY
STOCKED FULL OF STUFF. AND I REALLY,
REALLY WANT TO GO SURF MY WEB. WE STILL HAVE TO FILL UP
THE HOLLOW STUMP. I’M AFRAID IT’S GOING
TO HAVE TO BE “WORK NOW AND PLAY LATER.” (SIGH) BUT MOM… IT’S STILL SO NICE OUT. MISS SPIDER:
I KNOW YOU WANT TO GO PLAY,
SWEETIE. BUT WE HAVE TO FINISH OUR
WORK BEFORE THE COLD COMES. BUGS FROM ALL OVER SUNNY PATCHARE IN THE MEADOW
FILLING OUR STUMP.
LOOK OUT BELOW! BOUNCE:
I GOT IT! (GIGGLES)DRAGON:
LOOK OUT BELOW!
(GIGGLES) ♪ AT THIS RATE SUNNY PATCH
WILL BE MORE THAN READY FOR THE FIRST FROST
OF THE YEAR! I CAN THINK
OF A TON OF STUFF THAT WOULD BE MORE FUN
TO DO THAN THIS. ONE AT A TIME SQUIRT,
OR YOU MIGHT… SQUIRT:
WHOA! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOA! OOOF! HUH? UH-OH. WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH!
DON’T!TED:
HEY!
NED:
WHAT’S THE BIG IDEA
WAKING US UP SO EARLY? HEY, TED, DID YOU ORDER
A SEED DELIVERY? TED:
NOT ME, NED. UH, THAT’S MINE.
SORRY. WE’RE JUST FILLING UP
THE HOLLOW STUMP. A COUPLE OF MY SEEDS
GOT AWAY. TED:
YOU’RE HARVESTING! WE WERE GOING TO HARVEST
THOSE SEEDS. EVENTUALLY. NOW WE’RE GOING TO HAVE
TO GO TO THE NEXT MEADOW TO TOP UP THE
COLONY’S STORES. YEAH, WHAT’S
THE BIG HURRY, KID? THE FIRST FROST IS COMING. WE HAVE TO BE READY
BEFORE IT GETS HERE. FROST? DID YOU SAY FROST?! (LAUGHING) FROST WON’T BE COMING
ANYTIME SOON. IT WON’T? HOW DO YOU KNOW? OH, WE KNOW. HOW? WE HAVE A HUNCH. IT’S OUR INTUITION. CALL IT OUR
ANT-TUITION! HA! GOOD ONE, NED. BUT THAT’S JUST A HUNCH! YOU KNOW,
I’VE GOT A HUNCH. FIRST, LET’S DO LUNCH. I’VE GOT THIS FEELING
IN MY GUTS. NED AND TED:
HEY, WHERE’D WE HIDE
THOSE NUTS? IT’S A LITTLE BIT
FUZZY. MY ANTENNAE’S
KINDA BUZZY. IT’S A VIBE
IN THE HILL, CALL IT WHAT YOU WILL… TED AND NED:
CALL IT ANT-TUITION!TED:
IT’S A FEELING IN YOUR BELLY,
MAKES IT JIGGLE
LIKE GRAPE JELLY. TED:
NOW DON’T YOU FORGET IT, NED:
YOU’LL KNOW WHEN YOU GET IT. TED:
IT WILL COME TO FRUITION NED:
‘CAUSE IT’S ANT-TUITION. TED AND NED:
ANT-TUITION. 100% GUARANTEED. ANT’S HONOR
OR YOUR CRUMBS BACK. OFFER NOT AVAILABLE
IN ALL ANTHILLS. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. IN UNISON:
ANT-TUITION!
OH YEAH! ANT-TUITION, HUH? TED:
THAT’S RIGHT,
MY LITTLE EIGHT-LEGGED FRIEND. ANT-TUITION! NED:
YOU CAN NEVER GO WRONG
WHEN YOU TRUST YOUR ANT-TUITION. SO THERE IS NO FROST COMING? NED:
OH, TRUST ME. OUR TUNNELS GO FOR MILES
AND MILES UNDER THE GROUND. WORD ON THE HILL IS THAT IT’S GOING TO BE
TOASTY AND WARM FOR A GOOD LONG TIME
TO COME. I WAS JUST TELLING
MY MOM THIS MORNING THAT IT WAS STILL WARM. TED:
YOU TELL YOUR MOM THAT TED AND NED
ARE SO POSITIVELY… NED:
ABSOLUTELY SURE IT’S GOING TO STAY WARM, THAT WE’RE THROWING A “THIS SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END”
PARTY. TED:
WE ARE? IT WON’T?
OH, GOODY! A “THIS-SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END”
PARTY? COOL! IT’S B-Y-O-S,
OF COURSE. B-Y-O-S? BRING YOUR OWN SEEDS,
LITTLE BUG! SQUIRT:
NEAT! SEE YOU LATER. NED:
THE WHOLE NEIGHBOURHOOD’S
INVITED! OH, YEAH, BABY! SQUIRT:
TED AND NED ARE HAVING A “THIS-SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END”
PARTY TONIGHT. EVERYONE IS INVITED. A PARTY! OH BOY! A PARTY! LOOK OUT! AHHHHH! OOOF! OH, THAT STINGS! WHAT’S THE BUZZ? BOUNCE:
WHERE’S EVERYBUGGY GOING?SQUIRT:
HEY GUYS!
NED AND TED ARE HAVING A “THIS
SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END” PARTY! (CHEERING) SUMMER’S NOT ENDING?
EVER? WHAT MAKES NED AND TED THINK
THAT SUMMER IS NEVER ENDING? SQUIRT:
THEY HAVE ANT-TUITION. ANT-TUITION, HUH?
HMMM. MY SPIDER COMMON SENSE
TELLS ME THEY’RE WRONG TO RELY
ON A HUNCH. BOUNCE:
COME ON, LETS GO! WIGGLE:
I BET THIS PARTY’S GONNA HOP. HOORAY! PANSY:
THANKS FOR LETTING US GO,
MOM. SPINNER:
I’M GOING TO DANCE
UNTIL I WILT! AREN’T YOU COMING,
MOM AND DAD? HOLLEY:
YOUR MOM AND I HAVE TO FINISH
WEAVING WINTER BLANKETS AND THEN WE’RE GOING TO UNLOAD
THE LAST OF THE SEEDS INTO THE HOLLOW STUMP. SQUIRT:
CAN’T YOU DO IT LATER? MISS SPIDER:
YOU KNOW, SQUIRT,
GRANDMA BETTY ALWAYS SAYS, “A BUG WHO DOES HIS CHORES, IS NICE AND WARM
WHEN WINTER’S AT HIS DOOR.” HOLLEY:
GOING ON A HUNCH IS RECKLESS,
SQUIRT. WE BUGS HAVE TO FACE
THE FACTS. MISS SPIDER:
WINTER IS ON OUR DOORSTEP. WE’VE SEEN THE SIGNS. WHAT SIGNS? MISS SPIDER:
WHY DON’T WE ALL WALK
TO THE PARTY, AND WE’LL SEE IF YOU CAN
SPOT THE SIGNS ALONG THE WAY. (LOUD DANCE MUSIC) NED AND TED:
OOH, THANK YOU,
THANK YOU, THANK YOU. (LAUGHTER) ARE WE GOING TO GET
TO THE PARTY SOON? HOLLEY:
SOON. SQUIRT:
I DON’T WANT TO MISS
ALL THE FUN. MISS SPIDER:
FIRST LET’S WATCH
AND LISTEN. WHAT ARE WE LISTENING FOR? WHAT DO YOU HEAR? NOTHING. EXACTLY! THAT’S STRANGE. IT’S SO QUIET. THERE ARE NO FROGS CROAKING! WHERE DID ALL THE FROGS GO? MISS SPIDER:
THE FROGS HAVE ALREADY DUG THEIR LITTLE BURROWS
IN THE MUD TO HIDE FOR THE WINTER. EVERYTHING IN SUNNY PATCH IS GETTING READY
FOR COLD WEATHER. BUT TED AND NED SAID IT’S NOT GOING TO GET COLD
FOR A LONG TIME. ALL:
(GASP) LOOK! GEESE! AND WHERE DO YOU THINK
THOSE GEESE ARE FLYING? TO NED AND TED’S “THIS-SUMMER
WILL-NEVER-END” PARTY? UM… NO. THEY’RE HEADING SOUTH. BECAUSE IT’S NICE AND WARM
IN THE SOUTH. AND THE COLD IS COMING HERE. MISS SPIDER:
THAT’S RIGHT. (GUST OF WIND) SQUIRT:
HEY, LOOK. HOLLEY:
THESE BERRIES
ARE ANOTHER SIGN OF WINTER. THE BIGGER THE CROP,
THE COLDER IT WILL BE. AND THERE ARE TONS
OF THEM! WAY MORE
THEN LAST YEAR. MAYBE TED AND NED’S HUNCH
WASN’T SUCH A GOOD ONE. (WIND WHISTLES BY) (SHIVERS) IT IS GETTING A LITTLE COLD. MAYBE WE SHOULD
GET BACK TO WORK AND FILL
THE HOLLOW STUMP, JUST IN CASE. MISS SPIDER:
“JUST IN CASE” IS A GOOD REASON
TO GET WORK DONE, SQUIRT. EVERYBODY LIMBO, MAN! (LAUGHTER) TED:
OH NEDY, GET DOWN TO THE FLOOR,
OLD BROTHER OF MINE!SQUIRT:
HEY, EVERYBUGGY!
WE SHOULD GET BACK
TO COLLECTING OUR SEEDS. PILLBUG:
WE DON’T NEED TO. REMEMBER, ANT-TUITION! I’VE SEEN THE SIGNS. EVERYTHING IN SUNNY PATCH
IS GETTING READY FOR THE COLD. EVERYTHING EXCEPT US. HEY, HEY!
CHILL OUT, SQUIRT. YEAH.
BUZZ OFF. WE’RE HAVING A PARTY BECAUSE “THIS SUMMER
WILL NEVER END!” WOO HOO! PARTY! (SIGH) NO ONE’S LISTENING TO ME,
MOM. THEY ALL JUST WANT
TO HAVE A GOOD TIME. MISS SPIDER:
THAT’S OKAY, HONEY. WE’LL GET THE WORK DONE. ♪ ♪ HOLLEY:
PHEW! I THINK THAT WRAPS IT UP. WE’RE READY FOR WHATEVER
WEATHER HITS SUNNY PATCH. NOW THAT OUR WORK IS ALL DONE,
LET’S HAVE SOME FUN! (CHEERING) ♪ (WIND WHISTLES BY) (SNEEZE) (SHIVERS) HOLLEY:
THE FIRST FROST IS ON US,
GANG. EUNICE:
OH NO, FROST! WE DIDN’T STORE UP
OUR SEEDS. PILLBUG:
WHAT ABOUT ALL THE SEEDS
WE BROUGHT TO THE PARTY? EUNICE:
GOOD IDEA! (GASP) THEY’RE GONE! WHERE ARE THEY? TED:
(BELCHES) ‘SCUSE ME. SORRY. THEY WERE
IRRESISTIBLE. EUNICE:
THE FIRST FROST IS HERE AND YOU’VE EATEN
ALL OF OUR SEEDS! FROST?! NED:
LET’S GET OUT OF HERE. TED:
SEE YOU! I DON’T WANNA BE HUNGRY!
I DON’T WANNA BE HUNGRY! WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO? MISS SPIDER:
THERE’S NO NEED TO FRET,
EUNICE. THE HOLLOW STUMP IS FULL. WHILE EVERYONE ELSE
PARTIED THE DAY AWAY, WE FILLED IT UP! THERE’S TONS OF FOOD
FOR EVERYONE. (SHIVERS) I’M COLD, NED. OH, I’M HUNGRY,
TED.NED:
WE’RE GOING TO BE ANT POPSICLES
BY MORNING.
SQUIRT:
IT’S PRETTY,
BUT IT SURE IS
COLD OUT HERE. WE’RE THE COSIEST BUGS
IN ALL OF SUNNY PATCH.NED:
YOU KNOW WHAT TED?
TED:
WHAT NED? NED:
I’VE GOT A HUNCH THAT THIS
IS GONNA BE A GREAT WINTER. THAT’S YOUR
ANT-TUITION, NED. RIGHT YOU ARE,
TED. IN UNISON:
OH YEAH!

MadKid – Spider-Man [Audio]

MadKid – Spider-Man [Audio]


I’m a Spider-Man, I choke your neck with
my spider-web I get help from my best friend Rhino-Head
At the same time I’m a matador My spider-sense keeps telling me I’m using
a metaphor Enough with the comics, I’m in the Economics
Bachelor year 2, this shit is so ironic And so I’m the Ronnie, and still Imma run
it On the TV but on TNA I’m just running Just like a Bugs Bunny, you know what’s
funny? I’m acting like a cool but I’m still lost
opponent I’m acting like a fool, and we know once
upon a time There wasn’t any MadKid or Bunny Rabbit Okay Imma rapping like I’m telling story
Instead of me you can say, tell ‘em sorry Cause I ain’t got no excuses, I’m mentally
ill I’m telling story boutta comics, shit’s
just not comic Now it is coming, Imma say harsh words
I wanted to fix it but did much worse Nah I ain’t taking it back and no apologies
I can’t do anything positive like politics Uncle Ben, uncle Ben (yeah)
Now I’m feeling like a Spider-Man Uncle Ben, uncle Ben (yeah)
Now I’m feeling like a Spider-Man Uncle Ben, uncle Ben (yeah)
Now I’m feeling like a Spider-Man Uncle Ben, uncle Ben (yeah)
Now I’m feeling like a- Straight outta Elm Street, I’m Farid but
call me Freddy I’m killing people in the place where you
never been (In the nightmare?) Nah, dude I never dream
Cause sleep is the cousin of death, I never sleep Just take another pill and drink little beer
I sniff painkiller, for death got no fear And this is how I feel I text random chick
She told me I got boyfriend (hell no, shit!) Now I’m back to jerking, but first of all
I gotta kill someone, I gotta hurt someone I gotta travel around just like a Christopher
Columbus
After all I found her so far I beat so hard, for me not a problem
I dream after all to get a phone and call ‘em cops
Gotta victim crying for help Cause I ain’t kill people, cause I’m Spider-Man Uncle Ben, uncle Ben (yeah)
Now I’m feeling like a Spider-Man Uncle Ben, uncle Ben (yeah)
Now I’m feeling like a Spider-Man Uncle Ben, uncle Ben (yeah)
Now I’m feeling like a Spider-Man Uncle Ben, uncle Ben (yeah)
Now I’m feeling like a- Yeah, yeah
Now I’m feeling like a Spider-Man Yeah, yeah
Now I’m feeling like a- Okay, I’m just a Spider-Man
(I’m playing, playing!) Okay, I’m just a Spider-Man
(I’m playing, playing!) Okay, I’m just a Spider-Man
(I’m playing, playing!) Okay, I’m just a Spider-Man
(I’m just playing, yo)

Hunting Creepy Crawlies!!!! Pt2 – Spiders and Wasps and Lions! Oh My!!


This hunting blind has been sitting in
this spot for about two years and during this past winter my son cleared it out
of wasps nests but I can see one perched right there watching me in that
crack. You’re not going to see it because it is too dark. I actually filmed it already
and couldn’t get anything to show. So I’m gonna open this window right here. Hopefully i won’t get buzzed or stung. We’ll see what we can see. There’s a spiderweb. No spiders manning it. Not that I can see. I think I hear the red wasps buzzing
around me right now. There’s one flying around. See it right there flying around?!?
Maybe giving me a warning. I’ll probably end up heeding the warning if he does
anything more. Oh yeah!!! Oh yeah!!! They’re not happy!! See them all right there on the corner?? They’re wondering why it suddenly got a
little bit brighter in there, and what’s going on…..?? That’s about as close as I’m gonna get! If you can see you know even these….. That are Red Wasps are not aggressive or not insanely aggressive. I’m like a foot and a half away, I’ve
been here for a while. I have my hand held out with the camera….. and as long as
that’s all I’m doing, they are leaving me alone. So you don’t have to take out (Remove) every
single nest that you see. They provide some benefit as well!! Now I’ve got my arm down here too close to this, and that one is acting all nervous…. I got it closed, and they just flew off!! And YEP! They’re telling me to go! So they
have not stung me or anything yet, but they are right up on me and they’re
following me!! So, you have to be cautious but i didn’t
get stung. I’m also NOT panicking either. I think they can smell your adrenaline
or other fear hormones. I don’t have a tripod with me today but this roof right
here is too tempting to not lift up and turn over. But i need to set the phone
down. I’m likely to find some black widows underneath here, so wish me luck that I
don’t get bit when i’m flipping it up…. There was some movement and made me a little bit nervous as I was lifting it up but it was just some field mice. Look right here. They brought in all
the fine little grass there and they had some little paths and runs through
here. It’s not going to show up that well in the
camera. One or two of them went scampering away when I lifted it. Now, I don’t see any
black widows…… But we did find this lady right here! She’s a big one!! Either a garden spider or a wolf spider. Somebody might be able to identify her better based on those markings. She’s a
pretty good sized one. It looks like with some nasty fangs too. ((No, they were just mandibles.)) I don’t know if she’s going to be
aggressive about me being so close. You see her fangs? Kind of nasty looking! ((It wasn’t fangs, just spider mandibles)) There is a size comparison. My hand is up
against the metal. That’s for size comparison right there. All right, nothing other than a fire ant mound
that was up against here. I don’t see anything else. Usually barn with the woodpile
is going to be notorious for spiders!! brown recluses and black widows….Funnel web
spiders. A big one right there. You can see him…
See how long he’ll stay still!? See him back up in there?? He is an American
funnel web. It’s not really poisonous like….. what is
that?…the Australian funnel-web!? He is just hanging out! All right despite going and looking for
creepy crawlies I don’t want to get bit by a black widow or brown recluse. I gotta
be careful but I’m gonna turn over a couple pieces here and see if we can’t
spot something. I’m not seeing anything so far. Hmmmmm… I guess I got to find a better spot that
might have black widows. Along the ground here in this dirt underneath the pole
barn, you see all these craters!!! what is that??????? Well those are Ant lions!!! What is it the mayfly??? that these are the
nymphs of??? So any way, down at the bottom they make… You know, they work their way down until they make that cone shape. Then along comes an ant and falls in the cone. And with pincers he’ll just grab it! We’ll try to scoop over some dirt, and if they move around you’ll be able to see them. I’ll show you a couple. They actually remind you a little bit….. if you remember watching the old Star TREK movie: Wrath of Khan. They use these guys as their idea for the ear worm or whatever ‘its called’. That they use
against Kirk. Usually once you turn over their burrow
they’ll start moving a little bit to get back up underneath what you’ve exposed. I don’t see any movement there, So, we’ll check over here. One right there!!! The earth is moving…. Right there! I will pick him up
gently. These are antlion larvae (doodle bugs). When I was little we used to call them antlions. See they move backwards but they
have these big nasty pincers mouth parts on the front. I’m trying to
see it There, I blew off some of the dirt so
you might be able to see a little bit better Would you like to have that thing going
down in your ear ???? Look, you can see
right there it just backs up, right into the dirt and
disappears! there’s one!! apparently i
disturbed him. He’s tossing the dirt back out to make himself another cone. yep it’s that one there was another one
there Alright thanks for watching!!!! Let’s see
what else we can find! All right, there’s a mini bail of hay!!!!
It’s only been there for maybe a week at this location. But with the
rain some critters may have a gone underneath it to take cover!!! I can push it back and then we should
back up here we’ll see what’s underneath and then put it back. Yeah, I don’t see mice under there. I thought there might have been
some mice underneath. There’s the dry top….. nothing underneath?? Yeah!!! there are
some creepies here. And there you see that little spider there. Oh she disappeared There it goes weird looking little spider

🎶 Itsy Bitsy Spider – Kids Songs – Nursery Rhymes – Socratica Kids – Incy Wincy Spider 🎶


Hi everyone! I’m Farmer Tony. And I want to introduce you to my friend the itsy bitsy spider. Hey Itsy! Don’t let his small size
fool ya! He’s actually a very brave and strong little spider, and today he’s going to climb this waterspout! Good luck! ♪🎵 SINGING ♫🎶
The itsy bitsy spider climbed up the water spout Down came the rain and washed the spider out Out came the sun and dried up all the rain And the itsy bitsy spider climbed up the spout again Hey there
little buddy! Sorry about all this rain. But it’s all sunny and dry now. Would you like to try again? You
would ?! All right! That’s what I like to hear! ♪🎵 SINGING ♫🎶
The teensy weensy spider got up to try again! Down came the rain and sent him for a spin Out came the sun and dried up all the rain And the teensy weensy spider got up to try
again Phew! That was some downpour! Are you OK? Glad to hear it! Do you want to try one more time? Excellent! You have 8 strong spider
legs, so I’m sure you can do it! Come on, everybody, let’s cheer him on! ♪🎵 SINGING ♫🎶
The strong and steady spider got up and stomped his feet Down came the rain, but he could not be beat! Every step was hard but he refused to stop And the strong and steady spider made it to the top. Hey! You made it! Great job little guy! Now you can build your web and catch some flies. Remember, sometimes life
is challenging. When that happens, you’ve just gotta pick yourself up and try again. Just like our friend, the itsy bitsy spider. Lookin’ good, buddy! Thanks for watching! 🙂

This Is The World’s Deadliest Spider

This Is The World’s Deadliest Spider


Most spider bites won’t kill you. Only an itsy-bitsy portion of the world’s
more than 43,000 known spider species pose a danger to humans, and fewer than 30 species
have ever killed a human. Which bites have the best chance of making
you bite the dust? What is the deadliest spider in the world? “Woah woah woah woah, stop there, stop there,
mate!” Britannica lists nine of the most lethal arachnids
on the planet. Among them are the usual suspects, including
the brown recluse and the black widow. But identifying the reigning king of spider
bites is a bit tricky, because there are actually two spiders who can lay claim to the throne. Number 8 on Britannica’s list is the Brazilian
wandering spider, “considered to be the deadliest of all the world’s spiders.” However, number one on that same list is the
Sydney funnel-web spider, which Australian Geographic describes as the undisputed title
holder in the deadly arachnid rankings. So what makes these two particular spiders
so dangerous? Rather than having the arachnids perform a
bite-off to see how many lives they can end within a specific time limit, it seems more
sensible to discuss both the Brazilian wanderer and the Sydney funnel-web in more abstract
terms. Live Science writes that Brazil is home to
eight separate species of Brazilian wandering spider. Their venom contains a mix of different toxins
that can cause burning pain, vertigo, blurred vision, an elevated or decreased heart rate,
spikes or drops in blood pressure, and hypothermia. You definitely don’t want one of these crawling
on you. Luckily for humans, Brazilian wanderers rarely
go in for the kill. A 2008 study determined that only 2.3 percent
of bites from Brazilian wanderers needed to be treated with antivenom because the spiders
inject venom sparingly. They aren’t being merciful, though. Arachnologist Jo-Anne Nina Sewlal explained: “It is unlikely that the spider would inject
all of its venom into you, as this venom is not only needed as a means of defense but
to immobilize prey.” Because it takes time and energy to replenish
venom, if the spider used its whole load on you, it would be vulnerable to would-be predators
and unable to hunt the prey it wants. So unless you come across an especially hungry
Brazilian wanderer, it probably won’t bother to envenom you very much. Not because the spider is nice, but because
you’re just not worth it. Maybe the burning pain people feel when a
Brazilian wanderer bites them is just the sting of rejection. “Ouch.” So how does that compare with the Sydney funnel-web
spider? The deadliest of Australia’s 35 species of
funnel-web, the Sydney variety delivers a nasty neurotoxin which paralyses invertebrates
but causes human neurons to fire continually. A bite might cause your heart to race and
your blood pressure to rise and could kill you within 15 minutes. In case that’s not enough to send you into
an arachnophobic frenzy, a funnel-web’s fangs can puncture everything from toenails to mouse
skulls, and these spiders are inclined to hide in your shoes or house when seeking shelter. Strangely enough, While the venom wreaks havoc
on primates by virtue of an evolutionary accident, dogs, cats, and birds all have built up an
immunity. A total of 13 people have died at the fangs
of the Sydney funnel-web. That body count might be even higher had experts
not developed an antivenom in 1981. Unfortunately, keeping the supply stocked
is a tall order. It takes roughly 70 milkings to acquire enough
venom droplets to produce antivenom. Further complicating matters, a female’s life
span may stretch 20 years while males kick the bucket after about four years and aren’t
usually bred until they’re two years old. According to Ranger Mick from the Australian
Reptile Park, there’s at least one trick you can use to keep these spiders at bay. If Sydney funnel-webs think there’s no place
like your home, you should invest in chickens, which are apparently happy to eat up all the
funnel-web spiders they can get. And if you don’t live in a place where you
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