A deadly cobraping spider species that can be found in the eastern U.S. has been found in Canada, and authorities are investigating the source of the problem.
Cobra can be a very serious problem for people with heart disease, stroke and diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The deadly spider is found in states like Kansas, Tennessee and Georgia.
The venom of the spider can cause severe swelling in the mouth and face, along with a high fever and a severe headache.
People with the spider’s bite should be put to sleep and get a cold pack, according the CDC.
Anyone with concerns should contact a health care provider, the CDC said.
The species has also been reported in Texas, Missouri and Oklahoma.