Glenn Fried, far right, looks on as campers hold and observe an African Vingaroon, an arachnid that sprays a vinegar-scented substance when bothered.
Glenn Fried, far right, looks on as campers hold and observe an African Vingaroon, an arachnid that sprays a vinegar-scented substance when bothered. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald
Glenn Fried, far right, looks on as campers hold and observe an African Vingaroon, an arachnid that sprays a vinegar-scented substance when bothered. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald

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