These are the Spider in Brazil when bite you that can make your penis stand errect for hours and may eventually lead to death if medical attention is not given immediately.
Brazilians wandering spiders are known for being aggressive, thanks to the alarming toxicity of their bite. However, interestingly, that behavior is actually a defense mechanism. When threatened or under attack, they raise their first two pairs of legs, indicating to their predators that the they are ready to attack.
Filmed in Minas Gerais in southern Brazil, these spiders are Parawixia bistriata, a rare 'social' spider that works together to build giant, fine webs up high. And contrary to how it might look, don't worry, they're not actually raining down from above.
In addition to intense pain and possible medical complications, the bite of a Brazilian wandering spider can deliver a long, painful erection to human males. The venom boosts nitric oxide, a chemical that increases blood flow. Several studies havelooked at incorporating the venom into drugs for erectile dysfunction.
Numbness, tingling, rashes, sweating, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, cramps, rigid abdominal muscles, chest tightness, weakness, and difficulty breathing may occur. The abdominal pain due to the spider bite can be so severe that it mimics abdominal medical conditions such as pancreatitis.
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