Brown Jumping Spider (Salticidae) jumping macro close up. Jumping spiders are generally diurnal, active hunters. They jump by altering the pressure of body fluid (hemolymph) within the legs. Jumping spiders can jump several times the length of their bodies. When a jumping spider is moving from place to place and just before it jumps, it tethers a filament of silk (or 'dragline') to whatever it is standing on to protect itself if the jump should fail.

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