a spooky big spider close up or macro and the web on blurry green or garden backgroundFrick and his colleagues did an experiment that involved briefly exposing the spiders to below-freezing temperatures.

According to WYFF, the researchers determined that spiders will spread up and down the coast owing to their ability to withstand the cold, perhaps as soon as May or early June.

Researchers believe the giant version of this snake may have already made its way into the western Carolinas, having been previously discovered in Georgia in 2013 or 2014.

ballooning technique, on the other hand, uses the strings of their webs to enable newly hatched spiders to parachute from one location to another.

It is thought that female spiders use the technique to seek for females, and it enables the spiders to travel up to 50 miles.