An enormous unwelcome creature in the house has been staying with Annette Gray these days in her apartment located in Australia.
It was Charlotte, a huge spider that stumbled inside one day and chose to habituate.
Charlotte is a huntsman spider, which may grow to be fairly huge but is really rather sociable, as stated by Jake, Gray’s son. Huntsman spiders are not dangerous to people when left alone. And that’s how Jake’s mother has handled Charlotte: by allowing her to stay.
“We’ve witnessed Charlotte develop within the past year or so,” Jake said. ”She didn’t annoy us at all. She wanders throughout the home, appears in different rooms, and consumes all the insects.
Charlotte has undoubtedly been quite busy with that endeavor.
According to Jake, the spider is around 15cm broad, which is equal to nearly 6 inches.
Later, in an online comment, Annette said, “I think Charlotte is becoming larger.”
Some of the Grays’ relatives and acquaintances joked that the house had to be set on fire to get rid of Charlotte, as this caused a real fuss in the place. However, Annette was lucky to understand what it takes to be a good host, even for host spiders.
She commented, “I don’t murder them. Charlotte is risk-free.”