Video of hundreds of spiders emerging from egg will ruin your sleep

To some, just one spider is enough to give them the creeps. But this next video is what nightmares are made of.

Hundreds of funnel web spiders emerged from their egg for the first time -- thank the Australian Reptile Park for posting the video.

The spiders are incredibly venomous, but an anti-venom was developed in the 1980s according to National Geographic.

These spiders may gross you out, but the park loves these finds.

They’re the only place in the country that milks them of their venom, according to Mashable.

The video has been watched over 660,000 times -- I guess people like looking at creepy crawlers. Calling it the World Wide Web never seemed more appropriate.

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