While searching for grasshoppers in the forests of Guyana on the northeast coast of South America, the entomologist Piotr Naskrecki from Poland suddenly ran into a giant spider in the jungle.
First, the scientist suggested that it was an opossum, and nonchalantly reached for him, but the spider showed a protective response: it scratched its legs and showed a bunch of spiny bristles. These actions of the insect made Piotr cough and sneeze for several days. Also the spider tried to bite the scientist with its fangs that can pierce the skull of a mouse, but the researcher was able to dodge the attack.
The Goliath bird-eating spider is quite rigid. He is very aggressive and eats both mice and birds. Furthermore, in the search for food it makes a terrible crunching sound.