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20th October 2014

Photo reblogged from The art of ignorance and spiders with 45 notes

michaelk42:

Yeah so I wanted to get a clear picture of a spider foot for drawing purposes and oh sweet christ no
(Foot of the little jumping spider Euophrys frontalis, credit Jonas Wolff)

michaelk42:

Yeah so I wanted to get a clear picture of a spider foot for drawing purposes and oh sweet christ no

(Foot of the little jumping spider Euophrys frontalis, credit Jonas Wolff)

Source: blogs.plos.org

19th October 2014

Photo reblogged from End of Dayz Haze with 166 notes

tumbr561pete:

ArachnidSimon Lee’s Sketchbook Entry Number 7 - May 24, 2012 The other day I saw this big spider at the corner of my studio…
and then I sculpted this. 
That’s what I call inspiration!
via > bigbluetree.com

tumbr561pete:

Arachnid

Simon Lee’s Sketchbook Entry Number 7 - May 24, 2012 

The other day I saw this big spider at the corner of my studio…

and then I sculpted this. 

That’s what I call inspiration!

via > bigbluetree.com

Tagged: art

14th October 2014

Photo reblogged from venomthroughtheveins with 31 notes

venomthroughtheveins:

damon diadema

i want 1 million of these

venomthroughtheveins:

damon diadema

i want 1 million of these

8th October 2014

Photo with 26 notes

(By Piotr Naskrecki | source)

(By Piotr Naskrecki | source)

Source: thesmallermajority.com

7th October 2014

Photo with 21 notes

Drawlloween 2014, day 1- Spider by darksilvania

Drawlloween 2014, day 1- Spider by darksilvania

Source: darksilvania.deviantart.com

2nd October 2014

Photoset reblogged from Patomatic's Projects with 1,639 notes

realmonstrosities:

Social spiders!

Flat Huntsman Spiders are found all over Australia where they hide under tree bark in colonies that can number up to 300 individuals.

They share any food that accidentally crawls into their lair, but each spider also goes out at night to hunt on their own. They only bring back food to share with the colony if they don’t have time to finish eating before the sun comes up.

These spiders were used a lot in the film Arachnophobia but they’re actually quite timid and unlikely to bite, and their venom is pretty much harmless.

Still, give them some time and they’ll soon be taking over the world and enslaving/eating us all! Or maybe they’ll just ignore us and occasionally break open our homes to watch us run away screaming. We’ll have to wait and see.

…Video: Snake Artist

Source: realmonstrosities

27th September 2014

Photo reblogged from ONE MILLION YEARS HALLOWEEN with 6,167 notes

bogleech:

nevver:

Worm eating worm

Specifically, a fucking beautiful Japanese mountain leech.
I would move to Japan JUST to be able to go hiking and come back with these and keep them in a terrarium and breed them and nurture them.

bogleech:

nevver:

Specifically, a fucking beautiful Japanese mountain leech.

I would move to Japan JUST to be able to go hiking and come back with these and keep them in a terrarium and breed them and nurture them.

Tagged: now with animationworm

Source: io9.com

27th September 2014

Photo with 13 notes

(via Giant, Worm-Slurping Leech Filmed For The First Time)

(via Giant, Worm-Slurping Leech Filmed For The First Time)

Tagged: wormleechWORMS WORMS WORMS

Source: io9.com

27th September 2014

Photo reblogged from End of Dayz Haze with 106 notes

tumbr561pete:

Spider Rave!

tumbr561pete:

Spider Rave!

26th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from the dandruff king with 634 notes

janemai:

self portraits, 2012 and 2014

i have a stye in my eye!!!!!

Tagged: art

Source: janemai