Inside a small, clear container resides a spider. The spider is active, moving around the container, and prying its small, “daddy long legs” at the crease between the lid and container, likely in attempt to free itself. The spider is a very pale shade of gray in color. All eight of its legs are divided into three sections, and bent at different angles to aid the spider in holding itself upside down on the lid of the container. The entire spider itself is about the size of a quarter. Its legs are much longer than its body, approximately twice as big, and emerge out the top side of the spider. Four of the eight legs, more specifically the front two and back two, are being used to hold the spider in position. The other four legs are actively moving in various directions, crossing one another, and aiding the spider in feeling. Looking more closely, two pale gray eyes are visible, but are fixed in position. The body is divided into three oval sections.
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Spider is active until plastic container is laid still. Within a couple seconds, the spider begins moving along the edge of the container, perhaps in attempt to free itself. The spider is light gray, almost transparent in color. It’s legs are much longer than its body. When the spider moves, it walks on 4 legs, using the middle four almost as eyes, meaning they touch everything before the spider moves. Its legs are divided into three sections, all bent at different angles to aid the spider in holding itself upside down on the lid of the container. The spider has 2 big eyes that are a dirty white in color, so they are lighter than the rest of its body, but also look transparent. The greater part of its body is a mix between a light gray and brown color. The legs are coming out of the top of the body, thus exposing the lower portion of the spiders abdomen. The legs are very long. The spider itself is about the size of a quarter.