The shocking moment that a giant spider got a bat in its web and prepared to eat it has been caught in skin-crawling images from a Texas farm.
Annette Alaniz Guajardo of Poteet, Texas, was leaving home for work when she saw the 8-legged creature had gotten a meal a little bigger than usual. Tangled in the lengthy web was a bat that seemed, to be almost twofold the banana spider size.
Later in the day, when she pulled up onto the garage of her Sanchez farm home, the bat was d*ad, as indicated by her Facebook post. ‘I love the country,’ Guajardo wrote, sharing shocking images of the long-legged spider crawling over and wrapping up its next meal.
According to Ehrlich Pest Control: Typically banana spider preys upon insects including grasshoppers, flies, wasps, mosquitoes, and moths, despite the spider already having quite a hefty feast to devour, the homeowner thought it would be best to take her dogs inside.