Spiders doing their job

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  1. Pyromaniac

    Pyromaniac TPF Noob!

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    It was so amazing watching these fights.. kinda one-sided though, spiders are just way too awesome :)


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    House Spider vs. Ant

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    These are great. I like these kinds of glimpses into worlds we rarely ever even notice.

    You must be a very patient person.
     
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    All right Pyro... You have been crowned the king of spider pics. How in the heck do you get so close to em without peeing on yourself....oh wait, that's what I'd do. :) Great shots as always!!
     
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    Great shots. My 9 yr/old son loved them too.
     
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    Thanks guys :) Spiders don't really bother me, as long as they're in their webs ;)
     
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    the 1st is great
    on the second i see a little bars, is this a "pet" spider? :)

    great set.
     
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    Pyromaniac TPF Noob!

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    I'd be too afraid to keep one in my house.. I don't mind them being outside on the screened in back porch but my room is another story :)
     
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    The detail in the second shot, as well as the rest, is just amazing. Do you really work for National Geographic? ;)
     
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    I'd give a select few random body parts to work for national geographic :D
     

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