If you have a natural aversion to spiders, you might want to
steer clear of the San Francisco Bay Area for at least the next few
days. Reports indicate that tarantula activity has spiked in parts
of California, including the Bay Area, with the increase in big
spider sightings is being blamed on warm fall weather.
Warm fall days are common across much of the state, and the
shift in seasons prompts male tarantulas to search for mates. For
residents, that means seeing the huge eight-legged creatures far
more frequently, but scientists insist that there’s really nothing
to worry about.
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Hordes of tarantulas are crawling across San Francisco right now (so, good luck sleeping tonight)