A massive spider was caught feeding on a tiny bird that got stuck in its web.
The red-browed finch was found hanging upside down from the sticky spider’s web in a backyard in Johns River, in New South Wales.
The footage showed the bird wrapped in the spider’s web and hanging from its tail.
The red-browed finch was found hanging upside down from the sticky web in a backyard
The resident, who is also a beekeeper, was in the backyard when he came across the shocking sight.
‘Unbelievable…spider’s catching birds,’ he said.
He later comes back and night to find the massive eight-legged creature feeding on the bird.
‘That’s the spider eating the bird or sucking on whatever’s left,’ he said.
A spider’s diet usually consists of crickets, grasshoppers, lizards, frogs, rodents, or birds.
The spider came back at night to feed on the tiny red-browed finch (pictured)
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