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NEW BREEDING FACILITY TO SAVE LIVES

A bite from a male funnel web spider can be deadly, but since the development of anti-venom in 1981 there’ve been zero fatalities.

Now a world-first project is being launched, to ensure enough of the life-saving serum is made.

 

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About Skaie Hull

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Skaie Hull is a News and Sports Reporter based on the Central Coast. Prior to joining the NBN team in March 2016, Skaie worked as a reporter for Seven Local News in Queensland and was also PR & Media Advisor for YMCA NSW and TAFE NSW. She attended the University of the Sunshine Coast where she majored in Journalism and Public Relations.

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