brisbane - Most people would think twice before they would come close to a spider that is bigger than a male hand, which makes a whistling sound and has great poisonous teeth. But when a group of Australians saw such a huge spider dangling from a branch above a flood, they decided to save the animal.
The Australian tarantula, also called the whistling or bird-eating spider, occurs in the warmer parts of Australia.
The state of Queensland has been affected by flooding last week due to heavy rainfall. The 'rescue team' put the spider in safety by moving it with a branch and all to a safer place.
The film of the action is not the only one showing Australian media about the floods; there are also images of a crocodile attacking a car.
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