How big is the largest species of web-spinning spider?



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    The Nephila komaci, a species of spider found in the Southern parts of Africa, has recently been identified as the world’s largest web-spinning spider. Scientist were perplexed to find that the female spider grows to 5 inches in diameter, meanwhile, their male companions often fail to grow to an inch and spend most of their lives on their mate’s back as she spins webs to collect prey.

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