Ladder - 1990
Mt. Rundle, near Banff, Alberta, Canada
The yellow jumping spider is native to Ecuador and belongs to the subfamily Amycinae. It’s body is so transparent you can actually see it’s retinas of the primary eyes moving when it’s tracking prey. Jumping spiders are known for their excellent vision, which aid in hunting, courtship, and general navigation.
Giant Green Macaron Offered as the Prize for Second Place in a Sumo Wrestling Tournament
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