Spider Fight in the Philippines

Not gonna lie, this is much more intense than what i expected.?

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+5 1. ComentAtor commented 3 years ago

just a few days ago i've watched this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWKJrNDR2NU
what we do with extra time :D:'(
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-1 2. kawett commented 3 years ago

Nice vid bud is it more ok to do such a thing than a dog fight ? I don't think so.
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+1 3. Dennis53 commented 3 years ago

@kawett, the guy in the video is watching, but so are you. Yes, it might be wrong... which would make your complicity, if not less than his, at least in the same order of magnitude. The advertisers on Snotr therefore are profiting off of overwhelming misery and death, specifically facilitated by you- and God only knows how many other such videos you watch, without apprising us.

The question of ant consciousness is interesting though. How could a tiny, disgusting creature have enough brain cells to have a consciousness and stress about pain, suffering and death? I don't know- but realize that spiders are constantly monitoring vision through 8 eyes, and they weave incredibly intricate webs, on which they effortlessly maneuver while deftly wrapping opponents and prey in still more sticky, delicate, nearly invisible strands of web. Processing all that would take humans 100x as long to do, with brains that weigh 10,000 times as much. WTF?

At 0:36 both spiders appear to be flailing away equally, yet at 0:37 one spider appears to be covered in dozens (hundreds?) of longitudinally wrapping strands of web. Somehow I miss the point where the victor went around the loser 183 times, wrapping him tight. Can someone explain that?
I remember once sitting at the edge of a cliff, when a friend noticed large carpenter ants crawling around in front of us. The two of us, being teenage a55h0les, started flicking the ants off the cliff. Then we noticed that about 20% of the time, the ants were freefalling into a large, perfect web that was 10' down the cliff, built into a fork in a little tree. As each ant would jiggle the web, a large spider would spring out of hiding, dash across the web, and quickly gobble up the ant. The light was just right and you could see it vividly! It was so cool that I think we kept at it until there weren't any ants left.
.....err, maybe you had to be there. And maybe my comments shouldn't be so long and annoying.
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0 4. Natan_el_Tigre commented 3 years ago

Arachnid jiu jitsu?