The goliath spider web is the most iconic feature of any large spider in the world.
It can grow to as big as two football fields.
The spiders have been known to live for over 100 million years.
The goliath is the largest spider in Australia, but it lives in the tropics and is found in every continent except Antarctica.
Goliath spiders can grow up to 6 metres long and can reach a length of up to 4 metres.
They have a long neck and long legs that can stretch up to 30 metres.
They have large, white eyes that look like a black eye.
The largest goliath in the Australian mainland is about 10 metres long.
It lives in tropical forests in South East Asia and southern Africa.
It also lives in Africa, the Middle East, North Africa and Australia.