Close up macro photographs of tiny jumping spiders turn them into ferocious monsters. -such pretty eyes!
A male peacock spider (Maratus speciosus) showing off to a prospective bride. The suitor's "face" is complete with eyes, nose, a mouth and even ginger hair. Our tiny beast is four to five millimetres in length.
VENEMOUS, Spider may be venemous. The spiders are distinctive for their shiny, black flesh, bulbous bodies, thick legs and skull-like patterns
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Neil Bowman/FLPA/imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock Brown Huntsman Spider (Heteropoda jugulans), on door frame, Southeast Queensland, Australia.
Macro shot of a tiny mm) jumping spider, Tomas Rak/Solent News
☺The Happy Face Spider is found in the rainforests of the Hawaiian islands. The tiny arachnid is just a few millimetres big and said to be harmless to humans. That makes me Happy!
The Spiders & Arachnids Poster features over 25 arachnid's species, including scorpion, Mexican red-leg and black widow. This educative poster will bring a lot of