If you're scared of the spider, it would be time to leave now.
In a Brazilian state, the sight of the neighbors could be incredible and others have been linked to terrorism.
The video camera shows the great clusters of mines Gerais, a large inland state in southeastern Brazil.
Local companies have seen that "spiders are raining", experts have said, something typical of the region is hot and humid – the spiders make up a temporary collective.
A video that has been published online is João Pedro Martinelli Fonseca.
"Caramba!" He says
People around the world shared footage and reported the phenomenon.
Some have been quick about how many scared spiders are afraid.
Others, however, played a horror horror scene in the 1990's on horror Arachnophobia – whose title comes from the word that means "fear and irrational" of spiders.
The film directed by Frank Marshall, based on a foreign spider, arrives at a small American city and then creates deadly spells.
The earth takes a dark turn when people who live in the town die when they spit on the spiders.