I'm all for catching spiders in my home and releasing them outside instead of killing them, but even I'm not sure that I'd be brave enough to do what the Australian Reptile Park is asking.
The wildlife park in New South Wales is known for collecting snake and spider venom in order to make lifesaving antivenom, but their supply of funnel-web spider venom is running very low.
So, Tim Faulker, the general manager of the park, is asking the Australian public to catch any of the deadly creatures they come across as part of his venom-milking program. He even made a public service announcement explaining how to safely capture them, but the video doesn't do much to make it sound safe or appealing at all.
They're aggressive and their fangs can pierce through plastic?! NOPE.video-player-present