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Theridion grallator, the 'Happy Face' spider of Hawaii.

Meet the Happy Face spider, the insect that will make even arachnophobics smile

Theridion grallator, also known as the "'Happy Face', is a spider in the family Theridiidae. Found in the Hawaiian Islands. Its Hawaiian name is nananana makakiʻi (face-patterned spider).

The Happy Spider Found only on the islands of Oahu, Molokai, Maui, and Hawaii.

The Happy Face Spider, found only on the islands of Oahu, Molokai, Maui, and Hawaii. Scientists believe Theridion grallator may have developed its distinctive markings to discourage birds from eating it.

Argiope- Known As The Writing Spider.

Argiope- Known As The Writing Spider. Look at that amazing web. What else in Nature can do that?

The Happy-Face spider is found in the rainforests of the Hawaiian islands. The tiny arachnid is just a few millimetres big and said to be harmless to humans

Meet the Happy Face spider, the insect that will make even arachnophobics smile

☺The Happy Face Spider is found in the rainforests of the Hawaiian islands. The tiny arachnid is just a few millimetres big and said to be harmless to humans. That makes me Happy!

happy face spider. this is a real spider. it lives in Hawaii. I would be happy if I lived in Hawaii, too.

between this and duck billed platypuses, i'm CONViNCED that God totally has a great sense of humor!

CLOWN SPIDER - Found in the rainforests of the Hawaiian islands. Certain morphs have a pattern uncannily resembling a smiley face or grinning clown face. Each spider has a unique pattern. Patterns differ from island to island & may change according to what food the spider has eaten!

Now THIS is a creepy-crawly! Meet the bright green spider that looks just like the clown in Stephen King's horror film 'It'

The clown crab spider because clowns and spiders aren't scary enough on their own

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