Two Curious Men Poke Furry Mysterious Hibernating Animal in a Mexican Cave & It Erupts Into Thousands of Spiders Nesting (Watch Video)
Thousands of Spiders Nesting (Photo Credits: YouTube Screengrab)

Don’t poke a hibernating animal. You might not want to know what happens next. There could be a silent pause or a terrifying sight that you did not want to see. This is what exactly happened to two walkers who came across a small furry creature that appeared to take a season-long snooze in the corner of a cave. The moment the hikers prodded, it turned out to be a nest full of thousands of spiders. It is scary! After watching the video below, you will be appalled too. Baby Elephant Nudging Man to Play With It Will Hit You Right in The Feels. 

According to the Daily Mail, the pair were waking near Alamos, in the Mexican state of Sonora. They stopped at the sight that first appeared to them a mammal napping in the corner. One of the hikers, while filming the scene on a smartphone can be heard saying, “I don’t know what it is but it’s very hairy! Is it a sleeping animal?” With as much curiosity, the duo stepped ahead to poke the creature with a stick, and they were stunned to discover that it was several spiders. Cow Feeds Puppies Who Lost Their Mother in Accident. 

Watch The Video of Spider Nesting in a Cave

The moment they realised their nesting place had been disturbed, the spiders poured out of it. The walker pulled away part of the nest which fell on the ground prompting thousands of more spiders making their quick escape. In the media reports, it was later identified as pholcidae, popularly known as cellar spiders or daddy longlegs. These creatures are thankfully not dangerous to humans as they are not poisonous. They are famous for hanging in messy and irregular webs which they build in dark and damp breaks such as caves or under the rocks or even in abandoned burrows.