• United Academics

    Cutest Spider Ever.

  • Kimberly Babb

    Phidippus Carolinensis Jumping Spider Being Cute... @KarlaMorales12 Watch this. They are soooo cute! Ugh can't take it

  • Sara F.

    if the muppets had a spider, he'd look like this.

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