VLOG – 16.01.10
It turned out to be a brown huntsman spider. (heteropoda jugulans – Hetero – different poda – all pairs of legs are different lengths)
Brown huntsman spiders need more water than other species of spiders and are often encountered in bathroom, sheds, and garages. To conserve energy brown huntsman spiders do most of their hunting at night; using their long legs to run and catch prey. They can grow up to 5 inches in diameter and will attack if provoked. The brown huntsman’s bite is not a series threat to humans but can leave a swelling that will last for a few days.