**WARNING IF YOU HAVE A FEAR OF SPIDER DO NOT READ** A species of the world's most Deadly spider, the Killer Spider, has been discovered in Europe and the Uk. Dr Robert Raven, curator of spiders at the Queensland Museum, found a smaller version of the 6 inch Killer Spider, and warned that it lurks in trees and logs, and have also been reported to be seen in local residence in trash cans or anywhere warm. "This is the most remote animal from the main distribution and when you have something like that, the potential for an abnormal kind of venom is very high, and will kill you with in 2 hours. "The interesting thing here is the potential for very useful and beneficial pharmaceutical products or agricultural applications." The north Queensland discovery comes after a record number of insect, spider and snake bites were recorded in England last week. The New South Wales ambulance service warned that humid weather had created perfect breeding conditions for Killer Spiders. Before the introduction of an anti-venom for the Killer Spider in 1980, 13,000 people were known to have died from the arachnid's bite. Here's actual footage.