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World’s Most Bizzare And Weird Spiders On The Planet

Spiders can be creepy and very fascinating at the same time. There are a lot of different spieces that can amaze you.Check out our list of world’s most bizzare and weird spiders on the planet.

1. The Bird Dung Crab Spider

This spider is master of disguise. When it curls up it looks like bird feces and actually smells like feces. (read more)

2. Whip Spider

Argyrodes colubrinus, known as the whip spider, is a common Australian spider. A small thin spider resembling a twig. (read more)

3. Scorpion-tailed spider

Scorpion-tailed spider (or Arachnura) is a spider with a characteristic tail. When the spider is disturbed, is curls up their tail so it looks like scorpion. But don’t worry, the tail is completaly harmless. (read more)

4. Bagheera kiplingi

Bagheera kiplingi is a species of jumping spider found in Central America. Uniquely for a spider his diet is mostly herbivorous. The genus name is derived from Bagheera, the black panther from Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book. (read more)

5. Diving bell spider

The diving bell spider or water spider is the only species of spider known to live almost entirely under water. (read more)

6. Star spider

Gasteracantha cancriformis (or the star spider) is a beautiful and very popular around the world. The red spines on the back are bird’s protection. (read more)

7. Peacock spider

Maratus volans is a species in the jumping spider family, belonging to the peacock spider genus. The colorful abdomen is used for display during mating. (read more)

8. Ogre-faced Spider

Deinopidae are also called ogre-faced spiders, due to the imagined similarity between their appearance and that of the mythological creature, the ogre. (read more)

9.  Happy Face Spider

Theridion grallator, also known as the happy face spider, have a pattern resembling a smiley face or a grinning clown face on their yellow body. Each spider has a unique pattern, and the patterns differ from island to island. (read more)

10. Wolf Spider

Wolf spiders are members of the family Lycosidae. They are robust and agile hunters with excellent eyesight. Some are opportunistic hunters pouncing upon prey as they find it or even chasing it over short distances. Some will wait for passing prey in or near the mouth of a burrow. (read more)

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