Creepy spider!

tuffalobuffalo wrote:
thrawn82 wrote:

Motherly love in spiders. its sweet.

Tasting? ;)

That also.

Mantid wrote:

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Stealth mode activated.

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University of Manchester researchers trained the spider, a cute little arachnid they named Kim, because they wanted a better understanding of how spiders jump — so they can create spiderlike robots that one day might be used to kill crop-eating insects.

Article here

or check out the informational video:

Wait... KFC delivers?! Goodbye waistline, hello bucket of delicious delivery chicken.

From an article about animals in Australia.

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Are we sure that first one isn't just from a horror movie?

slazev wrote:

Are we sure that first one isn't just from a horror movie?

Oh, is Nintendo finally making a live-action film adaptation of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time?

That first one is exactly like a Skulltula, so I'm suspicious it was rendered, not photographed.

I've seen that picture before. Google just turns up that exact image with fictional spiders tied to it.

Malor wrote:

That first one is exactly like a Skulltula, so I'm suspicious it was rendered, not photographed.

You can tell because of the pixels.
Also because it was made by Nate Hallinan, and the posted image crops off his name at the very bottom.

It was from a set off Buzzfeed like photos, this one about the weird animal stuff you see in Australia.

Someone should email him letting him know his work is so good it fooled crappy internet journalists.

Climate Change really is the gift that keeps on giving.

Jayhawker wrote:

It was from a set off Buzzfeed like photos, this one about the weird animal stuff you see in Australia.

Man, I'm glad they use shopped images to tone down the horror for you all...

PurEvil wrote:

Someone should email him letting him know his work is so good it fooled crappy internet journalists.

Anyone who uses Papyrus gets what they deserve.

Thank Tanglebones for finding this one.

Spiders blamed after broken siren played creepy nursery rhymes randomly at night to UK townsfolk

(Sounds to me like something that happens in the opening minutes of a Doctor Who episode...)