Peacock Spider Trying to Lure the Ladies

Alpha1

Pack Leader and Lover
Joined
Mar 28, 2012
Location
USA
How could they say no? :friendly_wink:


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petty254

New member
Joined
Apr 10, 2015
Location
Miami
Is it dancing? He's got skills, how can the ladies say no :cool::cool:
 

Cat001

Member
Joined
Mar 6, 2013
Location
Nottingham, UK
I love jumping spiders, they're such an incredibly diverse group of creatures. They have the best vision of all spiders (which accounts for their elaborate displays in some species such as the peacocks) and are the most intelligent of the spiders, being able to plan ahead to navigate towards difficult food sources.

Here's an adorable jumping spider being petted by its owner


And an article on jumping spider intelligence (I think these creatures deserve some recognition. :) )
https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/01/160121-jumping-spiders-animals-science/
 

PhoenixKoi

Member
Joined
Mar 22, 2021
LOL, Him trying to reach over at the end like, "Umm, Excuse me?" and her just running away! I felt kinda bad for him.
 

LittleGoldSnail

Crazy fish lady
Joined
Dec 7, 2019
I love jumping spiders, they're such an incredibly diverse group of creatures. They have the best vision of all spiders (which accounts for their elaborate displays in some species such as the peacocks) and are the most intelligent of the spiders, being able to plan ahead to navigate towards difficult food sources.

Here's an adorable jumping spider being petted by its owner


And an article on jumping spider intelligence (I think these creatures deserve some recognition. :) )
https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/01/160121-jumping-spiders-animals-science/
Awww, I love jumping spiders. There used to be one that lived in the corner of our bedroom and my sister would bring him gnats every day. He was so cute.
 

Anna Loves Animals <3

Werewolf Cat Dragon Hybrid Lover :3
Joined
Apr 5, 2021
Location
Madison, Alabama
I love jumping spiders, they're such an incredibly diverse group of creatures. They have the best vision of all spiders (which accounts for their elaborate displays in some species such as the peacocks) and are the most intelligent of the spiders, being able to plan ahead to navigate towards difficult food sources.

Here's an adorable jumping spider being petted by its owner


And an article on jumping spider intelligence (I think these creatures deserve some recognition. :) )
https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/01/160121-jumping-spiders-animals-science/
that jumping spider reminds me when my bother was recording a video of one when it jumped on him and almost broke his phone
 


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