Huge 'extinct' spider is found on British army training area: Two-inch wide Great Fox spider which liquefies the internal organs of its prey with venom is seen for the first time in 27 years | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Huge 'extinct' spider is found on British army training area: Two-inch wide Great Fox spider which liquefies the internal organs of its prey with venom is seen for the first time in 27 years

The Great Fox spider had not been seen since 1993 and was feared to be extinct
Species was found with a torch on Ministry of Defence training ground in Surrey
Great Fox injects insect prey with its venom, which liquefies their internal organs

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