Spiders are building weapons now! This one beats Spider-Man at his own game by turning an entire web into a sticky catapult.
This Australian arachnid is nicknamed the “peacock spider” for its colorful display... which he enhances with some sweet dance moves.
This parasitic fungus can turn a simple ant's life into an outrageous horror movie – complete with alien spores, walking corpses and exploding heads.
It might look huggable, but please don't pet the velvet ant – it's actually a very dangerous type of wasp, nicknamed the “cow killer.”
A man who claimed to have killed a Sasquatch in 2012 has finally announced his plans to show the world that Bigfoot is the real deal.
If you have phobias involving wasps or spiders, you'd better proceed with caution when reading this article... because it's got tons of both.
Australia's thorny devil definitely earns the first part of its name, even if it's not necessarily devilish – but it does resemble the world's tiniest dinosaur.
Don’t be deceived by the size of this exotic sea monster… if you pick one up, you could be in for an agonizing encounter.
Researchers in Sudan were baffled by the recent discovery of an incredibly rare new breed of bat that looks a lot like a tiny flying panda.
The arachnid apocalypse continues as scientists study a large new species of crafty, night-hunting desert predator. Take a closer look!