Are Hawaiian Happy Face Spiders poisonous?


The Hawaiian Happy Face Spider is not poisonous, in fact it is harmless to humans. The spider, which is under threat of extinction in Hawaii, measures only a few millimeters across. Scientists are unsure of the reason for the spider's markings, but they speculate that there purpose is to confuse preditors.
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