The Spider Eggs Used To Fill Beanie Babies Are Finally Hatching.
If you love Beanie Babies or if you are a collector of the Beanie Babies, this is a report you must read!
According to the news source ClickHole.com, the Beanie Babies from the 90’s were stuffed with spider eggs and they are now beginning to hatch!
Collectors all over the country have been reporting that the long-awaited day has finally arrived, with brown recluse spiderlings bursting through the seams of Beanie Babies everywhere.
“For nearly 2 decades now, your Beanie Babies have served as protective sacs for the spider eggs they harbor, providing a warm, dark atmosphere for the arthropods to pass through their larva stages,” says a reporter from the new site ClickHole.com. “Manufacturer Ty Inc. confirmed that each Beanie is stuffed with approximately 6,000 spider eggs, which is expected to produce around 800 – 1,000 spiders to spawn through your Beanie Babies fabric.”
You will be sure to know when the spiders hatch, as the fur will begin to tear open and hundreds of spiders will begin piercing through the fabric, trying to escape. Eventually, the spiders will dislodge your Beanie Babies eyes and began escaping through the seams.
They strongly urge you to be patient, if your spider eggs haven’t hatched yet, you might have to wait awhile. Hatchlings have only been reported for Beanie Babies original product line.
If you have the Teenie Babies from your McDonald’s Happy Meal, don’t get too excited. These were filled with mostly plastic beads, and only around 100 hours so spider eggs.