That is a camel spider, native to the middle east.
@Little Blue Cat, in America they're much smaller and known as wind scorpions
@Little Blue Cat, yeah. Not dangerous to humans at all
@Jesus Chrysler, no matter still never visiting
@Raiderjoe6666, in the state, well, city in question, we call them sun spiders. We actually had one in our math class just the other day
@SqurtieMan, yeah I've heard a bunch of names for them, including "children of the earth" spider and so on. Pretty interesting really
@SqurtieMan, yeah, I've always known them as sun spiders in English. In Mexico their name translates to "mother of scorpions". They are native to most of the southwestern states and northern Mexico.
@Little Blue Cat, contrary to belief, it's not a spider at all
@Little Blue Cat, so much knowledge, so many names for one arachnid. It makes me happy that y'all know so much :3 thank you for correcting me, I thought they were only found overseas.
@Little Blue Cat, Funnily enough, I'm American, but I here them called camel spiders more frequently than wind spiders.
Looks like a hairy pair of testies
@Proactive Citizenry , you might want to see a doctor about that
@Proactive Citizenry , that can bite....
I would say just burn the whole state down, but it's Arizona. Shjt's probably fireproof.
@OneHellOfAButler, or at least so used to being burned that it can't be burned anymore.
Can i put my d*ck in it?
@Guy Fawkes, you can try.
@Doctor Krieger, thats what they always say
They exist in caves in Guatemala. I swear they are face huggers. The ones in Guatemala are huge and terrifying, but I don't think they are as bad as they sound.
I still wouldn't want to see one again, especially not in *shudder* Arizona.
Camel spiders are freaky AF.
that is the scariest thing i've ever seen in my entire life
There was an Arizona man who did find a Scorpion/spider in his house. Plus the whip scorpion looks a whole lot like a spider.
I'd say we need to burn the whole state down, but I've been there. They wouldn't notice
Send AZ back to Mexico!
Are we going to ignore the fact that these testicles are wearing their sunglasses upside-down?
It's a sun spider. Related to the camel spider, but smaller.
Luckily they are pretty small, still creepy looking though.
I live in az and havent heard about this
@CaitlinNoel, they are pretty rare.