Tarantulas are generally not dangerous to humans. They are venomous, like the vast majority of spiders, but their venom is usually relatively mild, much like a bee sting. The most dangerous aspect of a tarantula bite to humans would be the potential for an allergic reaction, much as some people are allergic to bee stings. It’s also important to remember that different species of tarantulas have varying degrees of venom potency. While none are considered deadly to humans, some tarantulas’ bites are more painful and cause more significant symptoms than others.
However, it’s crucial to note that tarantulas are not aggressive creatures. They typically only bite or use their hairs in self-defense. If left undisturbed, they are unlikely to pose a threat.
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