Most people get the chills down their spine at the simple thought of a spider, but one Indonesian woman literally can’t get enough of them.
The 28-year-old Indonesian women, Ming Cu has been collecting tarantulas, the world's largest spiders, for the past 7 years, and she now has 1,500 of them at her home.
Ming keeps her furry pets in jars and glasses which take up a whole room. Her collection includes all kinds of tarantula species, some native to Indonesia, and others imported from all over the world.
As you can imagine, taking care of that number of tarantulas is a full-time job. Ming spends around 10 hours every day feeding them, making sure that they have enough water and checking if they are all healthy.