In spite of being just 2mm in length, a super long neck and even longer jaws make this arthopod very creepy. This spider species was discovered in Madagascar in 2006 – while it is one of a family of known Assassin Spiders (those that kill and eat other spiders), it is the only one with dare we say…comically distorted proportions.
How it works:
1. The Assassin Spider uses its elongated jaws to capture prey.
2. Venom in the fangs at the end of the jaw effectively kill the prey.
3. Dinner is served. No webs needed.