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Itsy Bitsy spider climbing up the spout Down came the rain and washed the spider out Out came the sun and dried up all the rain Now Itsy Bitsy spider went up the spout again! There once was a time when scary spiders lived in other countries, places like Australia and Brazil. Not any more. Just like us, spiders have learned about foreign travel. And now they live in places like ... Britain. Or anywhere with an airport And this is the time of year when spiders come indoors where it's nice and warm. Like into your home. Like under you bed. Or maybe in your hair at night, when you're sleeping. Or, if you sleep with you mouth open, inside you They may walk in through an open door, or climb in through a window. Or they may be hiding in that bunch of bananas you just bought from the supermarket ... "A mother of two and her family were forced to flee their home after dozens of the world's deadliest spiders hatched from a banana she was eating. Consi Taylor saw the spiders drop off the banana she was halfway through eating after she inspected strange white spots on the fruit's skin. The creatures fell on to her kitchen table before dozens of them started running off across the carpet." Brazillian Wandering Spider http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2487042/Mother-finds-deadly-Brazilian-spiders-nest-banana.html Or lurking in your garden waiting to bite you ... "If you leave them alone ... there is no reason at all why they should attack you". Well that's reasuring - but how do we know spiders act all reasonable when they spot a biting opportunity? Tube Web Green Fanged Wall Spider - yes those fangs really are green, and they can bite through skin as easy as pie http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/wildlife/10404819/False-widow-spider-Meet-the-incy-wincy-terror-whose-range-and-reputation-is-swelling.html Or nesting at your local school - and biting your children ... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-gloucestershire-24623652 And next time you go on holiday to some exotic location keep an eye open for Camel spiders - truly these are the stuff of nightmares Camel Spiders - they get bigger than this and they eat animals ... maybe people too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIeCS8k_Vyc Sweet dreams