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Araña Pavoreal

The Peacock spider or Gliding spider, Maratus Volans, is a species of jumping spider found on the Eastern coast of Australia. This guy is awesome!

Tavus Kuşu Örümceği

The brightly decorated peacock spider, Maratus speciosus, uses colour to show off to the female of the species. The tiny spiders are only about four to five millimeters in length.

Avicularia versicolor III by LeoGg.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Antilles Pinktoe Tarantula - Avicularia versicolor babies start off blue like this.

Tai Chi Chuan 2)ter DINGBU TUISHOU (Tui Shou - Poussée des Mains - à pas fixes) ou Pratique des Mains Collantes avec Partenaire, à pas fixes (Contact-Adhésion-Liaison-Poursuite) . . .

Funny pictures about It takes two to Tango. Oh, and cool pics about It takes two to Tango. Also, It takes two to Tango photos.

Eupholus magnificus Papua Insects Foundation (Coleoptera/Curculionidae)

Eupholus magnificus Papua Insects Foundation (Coleoptera/Curculionidae) These were some of my favorite bugs!

dorsal view of an oak lace bug about 3 millimeters long. Colors represent different structural properties of chitin. Igor Siwanowicz

Olympus BioScapes 2012

An image from the 2012 Olympus BioScapes competition submitted by Dr. Igor Siwanowicz - Specimen: Oak lace bug (Corythucha arcuata ), a common oak pest. Dorsal view of bug ca.


Boiga Dendrophila by Mickaël Léger - Now if only there were a pair of platform heels as cool as this snake. But don't kill the snake.she's awesome.

Damselfly | by Muzby1801

Damselfly by Murray Clarke. A face only a mother could love.

10bullets: “ A worldgorger dragon… (by Alejandro Arteaga) ”

A worldgorger dragon. that's what you can find when paddling with a dugout canoe through the rivers of Ecuador's Yasuni National Park. The dragon is known as Green Anaconda (Eunectes murinus). Photo by Alejandro Arteaga. Nope, not paddling there.

Peacock spider babies...  Also they dance... http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/video-of-the-week/2011/09/14/peacock-spider/

Frighteningly Beautiful Shots of Australian Peacock Spider by Jurgen Otto