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10 of the World's Weirdest Spiders

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Peacock Spider

You'd have to look closely to see the bright colors on the tiny jumping peacock spider -- they're only about 5 mm in size -- but if you can get near enough, you'll see colors unlike those usually found on members of the spider family.

Neon blue, yellow, orange, red, and green shades are all found on a cape-like flap that the males show off during mating rituals.

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