COUSHATTA, LA - NOVEMBER 11: Adam Youngblood, 17, grimaces as his ears are examined by Dr. Robert Hernandez during Youngblood's visit to the Christus Coushatta Rural Health Center November 11, 2003 in Coushatta, Louisiana. Youngblood is among hundreds of students from the Red River Parish School District suffering from flu-like symptoms. An influenza outbreak prompted the closing of the Red River schools for five days and sent hundreds of families to the health center for treatment of fevers, coughing and headaches. (Photo by Mario Villafuerte/Getty Images)

A doctor in China was treating a patient with discomfort in his ear.  When he took a look inside the patient’s ear he found a tiny spider building a nest inside.

The spider was too small and fast to catch with tools, but were able to flush it out with water.  The doctor released video of the spider that you can see at the link below.


Doctor finds spider building a nest inside man's ear

May 8 (UPI) -- A Chinese doctor shared video of the unusual cause of a patient's ear discomfort -- a spider building a nest inside his head. The video filmed at a hospital in Yangzhou, Jiangsu province, shows the inside of an ear belonging to a patient identified by the surname Li.