While you may feel yourself slowing down as the days grow longer and the temperatures go up, summer is the busiest time of the year for movers. Millions of us are likely to pack up and move house between June and September. But moving is a fraught proposition; it can be hard to tell the difference between a legitimate outfit …
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- Giant Australian spider hitches a ride to the UK, gives mover quite the shock
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Another Australian has moved to the UK.
This one, however, was a giant Australian huntsman spider, much to a British removalist's horror.
The huge spider was discovered in a shipping container, used to move family belongings from Brisbane to the town of Merstham, located south of London.
The 18 centimetre (7 inch) specimen managed to survive after three months on the road and more than 16,000 kilometres (10,000 miles) of travel, BBC News reported.
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