Giant Joro Spiders Expected To Invade The East Coast This Spring

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Scientists believe Joro spiders, which can grow to be the size of a human palm, are expected to move up the East Coast sometime this spring. Native to Asia, they were first spotted in Georgia nearly a decade ago, with some using their parachute-like silks to travel in the wind. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports for TODAY.

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