The millipede's 0.8-inch-long body is made up of an array of strange anatomy such as silk-secreting hairs, four penises that are modified from its legs and 200 pores that secrete an unknown chemical, which is probably poison to kill enemies, as suggested by the scientists.
This is not a hoax nor a false Halloween story to startle you. The mightiest spider you'll probably ever see can be found in Australia.
With their huge size, the fen raft spiders can eat fish. They can hide or swim under water for about 20 minutes.
Some people call these colorful spiders "kittens with too many legs" because of the mammalian characteristics they possess, how their eyes look and the way they interact with the environment.
In a huge genus of wasps that is still mostly unknown to scientists, five new species of "long hair" wasps that parasitize spider eggs have been declared in the Indian subcontinent.