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Spiders coming from the drain, I live in South Florida and I wake up to them every...

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Default Spiders coming from the drain, I live in South Florida and I wake up to them every...



...morning. Are they dangerous? They are small and black. I also found webs (or nests) in my corners.
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Spiders don't crawl out of drains. They can't swim through the sewage. They crawl down into sinks and bath tubs to get water and then can't get back out because of the smooth surface.

"Small and black" describes at least 10,000 unrelated species of spider.
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