And then i found an unusaul creature. I was observing it thinking it is a big black ant. It is just almost one centimeter in length, from tip to tip of the body. I immediately took some photos because it was an unusual ant. Later on at the house after transferring the shots to the computer, i suddenly realized it is really an "unusual ant" because it actually has four pairs of legs. Ants are insects, so they only have 3 pairs of legs. My creature has 4 pairs, therefore it is a spider! This is the most unusual spider i have seen, because the body is that of an ant, and the mandibles do not look like anything i have seen yet. Moreover, its lenght is almost the same as the length of its body! How so very incredible.
I am lucky it didn't move away with my presence, with the macro lens almost touching it. I wonder if it saw itself on the lens and maybe it was so scared that it was frozen in place! Look at those eyes, it has a lot; a big pair in front, smaller pair beside it, and another small pair at the side almost at the back of the head. I wonder why it was provided with a lot of eyes around its head. And those mandibles, is that size really vital for it to live? I suddenly get so interested in learning about it.
I tell you I am so engrossed with the photos but i only have 5 of them, only these 3 are more vivid. Then i posted it in the arachnophile group in FB asking the authorities for its identification. Lo and behold, it is called ant mimicking spiders, Myrmarachne sp. There's a lot of species of these genus, it is very difficult to point one species like this one. So I am already happy with that genus, that suffice for now! I learned a lot of information from this supposedly "ant", turning out to be a spider, a Myrmarachne species.