Wolf spiders, while generally not aggressive, are capable of biting if they feel threatened or provoked. However, it’s important to note that wolf spider bites are not typically a cause for significant concern for humans.
Symptoms can include pain or discomfort, redness, and swelling at the site of the bite. These symptoms usually resolve on their own without medical intervention. In rare cases, some people may have allergic reactions to the bite, requiring medical attention.
Remember, spiders, including wolf spiders, usually do not seek to bite humans unless threatened or accidentally disturbed. It’s always a good idea to avoid handling spiders if you can help it, and if you have to, do so with care to prevent bites.
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