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Skin-crawling moment man picks up a furball and discovers it's a swarm of HUNDREDS of tiny daddy long legs In the clip the man reaches for the apparent furball on the corner of the wall After touching it, the furball separates and hundreds of 'spiders' dash away  The spiders are actually harvestmen, better known as daddy long legs They are usually found in clusters possibly to protect themselves from predators 

By Chantalle Edmunds For Mailonline

Published: 09:06 BST, 17 September 2019 | Updated: 09:07 BST, 17 September 2019

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A man picking up what appeared to be a furball got more than he bargained for when it turned out to be hundreds of daddy long legs.

In a clip uploaded to Instagram on Saturday, the man in Texas, is shown reaching for what looks like a massive black furball that has gathered in the corner of a wall.

He gathers what looks like fluff from either side with his hands, but as he does, it starts to disintegrate.  

In a clip uploaded to Instagram on Saturday, the man in Texas, is shown reaching for what looks like a massive black furball that has gathered in the corner of a wall

In a clip uploaded to Instagram on Saturday, the man in Texas, is shown reaching for what looks like a massive black furball that has gathered in the corner of a wall

It soon becomes clear it isn't a furball as hundreds of 'spiders' scurry away from the man's hands. 

He scoops the cluster up and brings it nearer to the camera as the 'spiders', still looking like pieces of fluff or dust, scatter away.

Once they feel the man's hands, the hairy huddle is quickly off and little legs can be seen scampering.

The man is left with a few stranglers

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