Credit: DR MORLEY READ/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Tailless whip scorpion (Amblypygi) cleaning its spiked pedipalps with its chelicerae. This is a distant relative of spiders and scorpions. It grasps prey in its long pedipalps, in the same manner as a mantis. Filmed in the Ecuadorian Amazon.

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Keywords: amazon, amazonian, amblypygi, american, animal, arachnid, arthropod, behaviour, biology, carnivorous, chelicerae, cleaning, close-up, creepy crawlie, ecuador, grooming, hunter, macro, nature, nocturnal, pedipalps, predator, rainforest, scary, south america, tail-less, tailless whip scorpion, tropical, whipscorpion, wildlife, zoology

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Tailless whip scorpion

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