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#026 Oroch

Orochs are more closely related to an octopus or squid than any known spider species, yet are commonly mistaken for spiders. Luckily, their bright-red color serves as a loud warning of how deadly orochs can be due to the way they hunt. Once they've locked onto a target, some orochs can spend weeks following and studying a prey before they strike. The only known deterrent is to leave out a small platter of blueberries, which orochs love.

Release Date January 22, 2022
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