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Another new discovery, "Skeletorus" (which is also pretty cute, with added mod-meets-goth flair), is pictured below.

Another new discovery, "Skeletorus" (which is also pretty cute, with added mod-meets-goth flair), is pictured below.

The Happy Spider Found only on the islands of Oahu, Molokai, Maui, and Hawaii.

The Happy Spider Found only on the islands of Oahu, Molokai, Maui, and Hawaii.

Goliath Beetle Grub. These things can get over 10 cm (4 in) long and weigh over 115 grams (4.1 oz). They live in the soil in parts of Africa and are armed with claws at the end of their legs and a strong bite.

Goliath Beetle Grub. These things can get over 10 cm (4 in) long and weigh over 115 grams (4.1 oz). They live in the soil in parts of Africa and are armed with claws at the end of their legs and a strong bite.

Peacock Spider (Maratus volans) by Bio-Morphosis via giphy: 'The brilliant coloring is not just for decoration but also to attract females. The peacock spider has earned its name when he courts with his mate through dancing. Like a peacock, he raises his two magnificently coloured flaps and dances for the female.' http://biomorphosis.tumblr.com/post/71779085295/maratus-volans-better-known-as-the-peacock #Peacock_Spider

Peacock Spider (Maratus volans) by Bio-Morphosis via giphy: 'The brilliant coloring is not just for decoration but also to attract females. The peacock spider has earned its name when he courts with his mate through dancing. Like a peacock, he raises his two magnificently coloured flaps and dances for the female.' http://biomorphosis.tumblr.com/post/71779085295/maratus-volans-better-known-as-the-peacock #Peacock_Spider

A new species of peacock spider has been discovered! Maratus avibus was discovered in Western Australia and is approximately 4.5 mm in length. Image credit: Jurgen Otto

A new species of peacock spider has been discovered! Maratus avibus was discovered in Western Australia and is approximately 4.5 mm in length. Image credit: Jurgen Otto

Australian peacock spider (photographed by Jurgen Otto). This is a pretty awesome spider, and I'm not entirely sure how I would react if I ever saw one. Scary vs. pretty.

Australian peacock spider (photographed by Jurgen Otto). This is a pretty awesome spider, and I'm not entirely sure how I would react if I ever saw one. Scary vs. pretty.

The "Blueface" peacock spider... it's kinda cute

The "Blueface" peacock spider... it's kinda cute

Marsh Wren (Cistothorus palustris) gathering cattail fluff for nest-building. Photo by Jeremy Jonkman

Marsh Wren (Cistothorus palustris) gathering cattail fluff for nest-building. Photo by Jeremy Jonkman

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