This whitebanded crab spider (Misumenoides formosipes) caught itself a tasty fly meal. Most species of spider crabs choose to live on flowers with which they can easily be camouflaged against so their jobs as predators are that much easier.
The shocking pink dragon millipede (Desmoxytes purpurosea) was initially described in 2007 from Thailand and belongs to a genus of spiny “dragon” millipedes. Like many large millipedes, this species secretes bitter, poisonous hydrogen cyanide when bothered by predators. The startling color serves as a warning to any would-be attackers.
The pink fairy armadillo (Chlamyphorus truncatus) or pichiciego is the smallest species of armadillo with a maximum length of around five inches. It is found in central Argentina and has the ability to bury itself completely in a matter of seconds if it becomes frightened.