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modeled

Posts: 9334

San Diego, California, US

http://i.imgur.com/Los90.gif


ughgughgughgablargh  that is so eerie..

Jan 18 13 03:13 pm Link

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Dan K Photography

Posts: 5466

STATEN ISLAND, New York, US

That is pretty awesome! I wish it went a bit longer though.

Jan 18 13 03:14 pm Link

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Christopher Hartman

Posts: 54149

Buena Park, California, US

modeled wrote:
[img]http://i.imgur.com/Los90.gif[img]


ughgughgughgablargh  that is so eerie..

Is this real?! wow...never seen a spider catch prey like that before.  It's...it's like they are learning from human catching fish in a net...they...are learning...*gasp*

Jan 18 13 03:22 pm Link

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Christopher Hartman

Posts: 54149

Buena Park, California, US

Jan 18 13 03:31 pm Link

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Laurence Moan

Posts: 7783

Huntington Beach, California, US

Dan K Photography wrote:
That is pretty awesome! I wish it went a bit longer though.

http://www.motifake.com/image/demotivational-poster/0812/thats-what-she-said-chris-demotivational-poster-1228874363.jpg

Jan 18 13 03:34 pm Link

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Christopher Hartman

Posts: 54149

Buena Park, California, US

Jan 18 13 03:41 pm Link

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Cynthia Serrano

Posts: 12466

Newark, New Jersey, US

Very cool I agree about it being too short

Jan 18 13 03:41 pm Link

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Digital Photo PLUS

Posts: 5503

Lorton, Virginia, US

Isn't evolution amazing? I love spiders BTW. And moths.

Jan 18 13 04:48 pm Link

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DivaEroticus

Posts: 14720

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

http://www.picslap.com/sites/default/files/field/image/wheresyourgodnow.jpg

Jan 18 13 06:34 pm Link

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Sophia Be

Posts: 6354

Portland, Oregon, US

wow, smart spider

Jan 18 13 06:48 pm Link

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NothingIsRealButTheGirl

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Los Angeles, California, US

Jan 18 13 06:49 pm Link

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SPRINGHEEL

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Gibraltar, Michigan, US

http://i98.photobucket.com/albums/l249/SPRINGHEEL69/Muy_02.gif

Jan 18 13 07:00 pm Link

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Justin

Posts: 21908

Fort Collins, Colorado, US

And without opposable thumbs. Impressive.

Jan 18 13 09:56 pm Link

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Inanna C

Posts: 684

Portland, Oregon, US

http://24.media.tumblr.com/1c771d393871ec7fe6b2c55b9a55c9a4/tumblr_mgii99cIb31rq3b5ko1_500.jpg

Jan 19 13 12:07 am Link

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modeled

Posts: 9334

San Diego, California, US

Justin wrote:
And without opposable thumbs. Impressive.

lol

Jan 19 13 06:10 am Link

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Cheyenne Lutek

Posts: 74

New York, New York, US

Hah, great thread! I was thinking of buying a tarantula just to torture people.

Jan 19 13 11:58 pm Link

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Wildcat Photography

Posts: 1486

Valparaiso, Indiana, US

modeled wrote:
http://i.imgur.com/Los90.gif


ughgughgughgablargh  that is so eerie..

Some spiders wait lazily in a web to catch prey...other species are the active hunters types that hunt their prey like this one and in other ways as well...even spiders that hunt and catch birds.

Jan 20 13 09:08 am Link