American son bought grapes and found in it a black widow


Photo: Emily Rowe page in Facebook

A resident of the city Branford (Connecticut), Emily Rowe (Emily Rowe) found in grapes bought by the deadly spider. This was reported by NBC Connecticut.

American reported the discovery in a post on his page in Facebook. In the comments she said that in the first vine have found so strong a web, that it had to be cut with scissors. When she reached for the second bunch at the request of 11-year-old son, I saw her black widow. “I was lucky that I didn’t bite because I would in any case have touched it if I had not noticed. It was very scary!” — posted by Rowe.

Store specializing in the sale of organic products, gave her money for the grapes in a double size. Store employees were assured that their suppliers are doing everything possible to prevent the occurrence of spiders among the berries. “Despite all efforts, sometimes the spiders still make their way in bunches, because they are part of the organic natural environment,” they added.

The black widow is one of the most venomous species of spiders. The neurotoxin contained in the venom of the black widow is 15 times stronger than rattlesnake venom.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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