One photographer was shocked to learn that he was sharing a bed with a family of hundreds of venomous spiders.
Seeing some little spiders in his bedroom, he looked under his bed – just to find Mom.
Gulvizen was staying in a reserve in the province of Napo, eastern Ecuador, when he followed a trail of baby spiders to find a large Brazilian stray spider and her offspring.
As big as a human hand, the spider took refuge under Mr. Wiesen’s bed where the mother was apparently protecting her children. Daily Star Is informed.
Mr. Wiesen was able to pose for a face-to-face document under the bed, photographing the poisonous creature that has now given him an honorary award.
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Spider’s Room, the name given to the photo, Mr. Vision gave the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award to Citizen Wildlife.
According to a notice on the awards website, Mr. Vision used the coercive approach to make it “even bigger.” After capturing this moment, a brave Mr. Vison moved the spider out safely.
Talking about the stunning image on his blog, in a 2014 post, he said: “Not only were there literally thousands of spiders under the bed, with them I also spotted the largest ‘non-tarantula’ spiders. The body length was 45 mm but with its leg it could easily cover my hand.
Brazilian roaming spiders are more popular for roaming the forest floor at night, instead he chose to share Mr. Wiesen’s bedroom.
Their toxins can be deadly to humans but can also provide drug use.
The overall winner of this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year went to French biologist and underwater photographer Laurent Ballista.
She managed to catch a caterpillar grouper fish floating in a cloud of eggs and sperm.
Other winning images include a fighting fish, an underwater search elephant, a quiet gorilla, and a beautiful depiction of a coral reef.
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