Quick Answer: What spiders live in Vietnam?

What kind of spiders live in Vietnam?

The list of spiders in Vietnam include the awesome and formidable tarantula spider. With an average size of 15cm, this species of spider in VN is not considered dangerous. The Vietnamese Tarantula (Haploelma) feeds on mice, cockroaches and other insects.

Are there poisonous spiders in Vietnam?

Yellow sac spider

No list of the most dangerous animals in Vietnam could possibly be complete without at least a nod to the eight-legged spiders that reside in this part of Indochina. Cue the yellow sac spider. … On the up side, there are no recorded cases of fatal bites from yellow sac spiders.

What should I avoid in Vietnam?

There are some things, however, that are best avoided.

  • Tap water. Might as well start with the obvious one. …
  • Strange meat. We don’t mean street meat, as street food in Vietnam is amazing. …
  • Roadside coffee. …
  • Uncooked vegetables. …
  • Raw blood pudding. …
  • Cold soups. …
  • Dog meat. …
  • Milk.

What dangers did American soldiers face in Vietnam?

Discipline problems and ‘fragging’

Disillusionment with the war was coupled with psychological trauma. Most US soldiers who had spent time ‘in country’ had seen fellow servicemen, sometimes their friends, killed or disfigured by sniper fire, mines or booby traps.

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What percentage of Vietnam veterans actually saw combat?

2,594,000 personnel served within the borders of South Vietnam (Jan. 1, 1965 – March 28, 1973). Another 50,000 men served in Vietnam between 1960 and 1964. Of the 2.6 million, between 1-1.6 million (40-60%) either fought in combat, provided close support or were at least fairly regularly exposed to enemy attack.

What is the biggest spider in history?

The world’s largest known spider is a male goliath bird-eating spider (Theraphosa blondi) collected by members of the Pablo San Martin Expedition at Rio Cavro, Venezuela in April 1965. It had a record leg-span of 28 cm (11 in) – sufficient to cover a dinner plate.

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