Poison Dart Frog
The golden poison dart frog is two inches long but hides in his tiny body sufficient venom to kill ten grown males.
These insects are not necessarily ants but wasps in the family Mutillidae. Mutillidae is a family composed of more than 3,000 species of wasps. The different species are frequently referred to as Velvet Ants, probably as the wingless females resemble big ants. These small insects own their name from their white and black color.
Butterflies have two large compound eyes consisting of many small lenses, yet they can only see the colors yellow, green and red.
The lifespan of these predatory arthropods differs for every species; however, some arthropods have been known to live for 25 years. Despite there being 1,300 known species of scorpions, less than 30 have venom strong enough to kill a person.