This animal is considered to be the largest invertebrate on Earth. It was discovered in 1884 off the coast of New Zealand.
Centipedes are often confused with millipedes because they share similar body structures. Millipedes are much smaller,
They hunt at night and they are attracted to light. They usually nest inside buildings or under bridges.
And some of them are truly amazing. From giant sea spiders to tiny jumping spiders, these creatures are fascinating.
This spider is known for its beautiful appearance. It is very rare and only found in the rainforests of Brazil.
The lion’s mane jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) is a species of jellyfish found in tropical waters around the world.
Locusts are insects that look like grasshoppers. They are known for their ability to swarm and cause damage to crops.
They eat other insects, plants, and even each other. Some species are able to fly, swim or burrow underground.
Japanese spider crabs (also called kuruma prawn) are large crustaceans found in tropical waters around Japan.
Giant Isopods (or Goliath Shrimps) are large marine crustaceans that live in shallow coastal waters around the world.