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15 May

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are they correct?
(not talking about one specific tarantula in the sentences below)

the tarantula is venomous
= tarantulas are venomous
= a tarantula is venomous

*all books/native speakers/teachers say they're correct but this native speaker, the person says

the tarantula is venomous

sounds weird, and the sentence has to be more complex and long to make sense,
like
the tarantula is the most dangerous ~
to make the sentence more long and complex, to make it sound natural, what I don't understand is why all other people and books say it has nothing to do with complexity or how long the sentence is?? is this true what he says? that the sentence up above sounds weird and off??

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