Ranger Mick from the Australian Reptile Park demonstrates how to catch and send in the Australian funnel web spider so the park can create life-saving antivenom. The park is the only facility in Australia to milk the funnel-web spiders for venom, which is then turned into antivenene by the Commonwealth Serum Laboratories in Victoria.
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