Giant Amazon Spider Preys on Opossum | Nat Geo Wild

During a night survey in the Peruvian forest, scientists saw a spider catch this remarkable meal.
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This is the first video documentation of a large mygalomorph spider preying on an opossum. While surveying in northern Peru, a team of scientists from University of Michigan found a tarantula dragging a young opossum along the ground. The team was studying interactions between arthropods and small vertebrates in a lowland Amazon rainforest. The study found that arthropod predations accounted for a surprising amount of mortality amongst Amazonian vertebrates. Amazonian spiders tend to rely on modified jaws, massive fangs, and venom to capture vertebrates.

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I haven’t really had the time to sit and film a whole “Watering my Tarantulas” video ever since work started. I usually just replenish their water dishes quickly. Filming takes probably an extra hour or two. I promise I’ll do another one in the near future, if requested. Regardless, I hope you enjoy this one – I think it’s the longest one, yet @ 19 mins 😀

Note that tarantulas have very sensitive hairs, which gives them the ability to detect even the slightest vibrations. This allows them to sense and ambush their prey effectively.. and is also why they react as in this video when their water dishes are being taken out ~ Tarantulas are pretty much blind and when they sense huge vibrations, they think it’s a potential predator, causing them to react in a defensive way.

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