It builds the type of comically huge webs that Spider-Man hastily throws together whenever he needs to catch a crashing plane full of boy scouts. Though this spider doesn't follow it with a witty quip.
To support such a massive web, the strands are ten times the strength of Kevlar. So while the Darwin's bark spider isn't big enough to devour a human ...
... the durability of its silk will definitely leave it enough time to mock you from a distance while you flail around helplessly. On the plus side, though, your spiderweb freakout will finally be justified.
And the closest you'll ever get to this is shooting some Spidey webs from your wrists.
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