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Don't freak: Halloween's iconic creatures aren't creepy at all

10:20 AM, Oct. 14, 2013
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You know those random spiders you're so convinced are going to crawl into bed with you at night and bite?

Michael Draney, a University of Wisconsin-Green Bay biology professor who has been studying them for 25 years, lets them live inside his house, because he knows each one has to eat 40 to 100 insects to survive.

Those bats that you're so sure are going to swoop down and land on your head? ...

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