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A zig-zag spider (Neoscona cooksoni) on Floreana Island, in Galapagos National Park. The zig-zag is a species endemic to the Galapagos.

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A zig zag spider, Neoscona cooksoni, with it’s prey, a juvenile painted locust, Schistocerca melanocera.

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A zig zag spider, Neoscona cooksoni, on Floreana Island in Galapagos National Park.

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A Mexican golden red-rump tarantula (Brachypelma albiceps) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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An Antilles pinktoe tarantula (Caribena versicolor) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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A goliath birdeating tarantula (Theraphosa blondi) at the Fort Worth Zoo.

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Indian ornamental tarantula (Poecilotheria regalis) at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

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Hispaniolan giant tarantula (Phormictopus cancerides) at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

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Ecuadorian pink tarantula (Pamphobeteus platyomma) at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

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Brazilian giant blonde tarantula (Nhandu tripepii) at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

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A southern black widow (Latrodectus mactans) at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.

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A zig-zag spider (Neoscona cooksoni) on North Seymour, in Galapagos National Park. The zig-zag is a species endemic to the Galapagos.

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A Chaco golden knee tarantula (Grammostola pulchripes) at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.

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A brown widow spider (Latrodectus geometricus) at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.

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A spiny-backed orbweaver spider or crab spider (Gasteracantha cancriformis) at the Audubon Insectarium in New Orleans.

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A southern black widow (Latrodectus mactans) at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.

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A brown recluse spider (Loxosceles reclusa) at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.

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A brown recluse spider (Loxosceles reclusa) at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.

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A brown recluse spider (Loxosceles reclusa) at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.

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A zig-zag spider (Neoscona cooksoni) preys on a juvenile painted locust (Schistocerca melanocera) on Santa Cruz Island.

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A zig-zag spider (Neoscona cooksoni) on Floreana Island, in Galapagos National Park. The zig-zag is a species endemic to the Galapagos.

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A zig-zag spider (Neoscona cooksoni) on Floreana Island, in Galapagos National Park. The zig-zag is a species endemic to the Galapagos.

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A zig-zag spider (Neoscona cooksoni) on North Seymour, in Galapagos National Park. The zig-zag is a species endemic to the Galapagos.

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A giant crab spider (Olios fasciculatus) from Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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Spiderwebs laden with dew on a foggy morning in Wisconsin.

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Spiderwebs laden with dew on a foggy morning in Wisconsin.

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Spiderwebs laden with dew on a foggy morning in Wisconsin.

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Spiderwebs laden with dew on a foggy morning in Wisconsin.

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Spiderwort (Tradesca ohiensis) on a man-made prairie at the International Crane Foundation near Baraboo, WI.

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Spiderwort (Tradesca ohiensis) on a man-made prairie at the International Crane Foundation near Baraboo, WI.

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A wolf spider (Hogna osceola) at the Archbold Biological Station.

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A wolf spider (Hogna osceola) at the Archbold Biological Station.

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A wolf spider (Hogna osceola) at the Archbold Biological Station.

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