After leaving the busy bees behind, I found myself chasing after a Fishing Spider that was carrying its egg sac in its jaws, and this was another creatures in this busy city. It moved fast enough to confuse me, an opportunistic wanderer hunter, about its whereabouts in its jungle.
A Fishing spider can run across the surface of water (yes, run across the surface of water that I wish I am able to) to subdue its prey using its foremost legs, which are tipped with small claws; it then injects venom (which I do not want to) with the hollow jaws in order to kill and digest the prey.
I know most of you find a spider very ugly and disgusting like I do, but we just cannot choose and avoid anything we dislike in our life. So to approach this arthropod, to take its pictures and to tell you its story is my way to solve this trivial problem. Anyway, this spider will not make my hard disk its prey or to spin webs inside.