Six Eyes Sand Spider

The Life of Animals | Six Eyes Sand Spider | The six eye sand spider (Sicarius hahni) is a medium-sized spider with a body measuring 8-15 mm and leg spans up to 50 mm, found in deserts and other sandy places in southern Africa. Bites by Sicarius on humans are rare, there are no confirmed cases and two suspected cases in which the author was never identified. The genus name is Latin for Sicarius "murderer," Sica, a curved dagger. Toxicological studies have shown that the venom is particularly potent, with a hemolytic effect / necrotoxic potent, it must leak of the blood vessel, the dilution of blood and tissue destruction Sicarius bite treatment can be directed, as with all the bites cytotoxic prevention of secondary infections and anti disseminated intravascular coagulation, develops.

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