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Tarantulas may be creepy, but they’re mostly harmless to humans, some of whom keep them as pets. However, these gargantuan insects can still deliver a powerful bite or fling their hairs as a defense mechanism. Their hairs can irritate human eyes, nose and mouth, sometimes requiring medical attention is required.

For those who are looking to steer clear of these nomads, there is one thing to keep in mind: tarantulas run even faster when it’s hot out, according to a 2015 study. Scientists tested Texas brown spiders and found they run slower in colder temperatures — though they have more coordination than when it’s hot out.

The spiders still moved about four body lengths a second on average when it was 62 F, and about 10 body lengths a second when it was 100 F — that’s incredibly fast.

It seems like every year is a good year for Disney. However, 2019 brought in record-breaking films for the company, particularly with the success of their live-action remakes and their sequels. Avengers: Endgame became the highest-grossing film in box-office history, dethroning James Cameron’s 2009 film, Avatar. One of Disney’s most recently released movies, The Lion King, enjoyed box office success.

With a cast including actors like Donald Glover, James Earl Jones, and Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, The Lion King pounced at the box office. It quickly became one of Disney’s most lucrative live-action films. It even surpassed the ticket sales live-action reboots like Aladdin, Dumbo, and The Jungle Book. The Lion King has some upcoming competition, though.

This year is just beginning for Disney movies. The sequels to two fan favorites premiere later in 2019. That includes Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the final film in Star Wars’ sequel trilogy. Their official trailer has 30 million views on YouTube.

Another sequel produced by Disney, Frozen 2, premieres in November 2019. The trailer for the movie even broke records. As of today, Frozen 2’s trailer is the most-watched animated trailer of all time, coming in at a whopping 40 million views on YouTube. Still, one writer for Forbes believes these movies are no match for The Lion King’s box office sales.