When it comes to jaw-dropping amateur videos of insects and spiders, Australia seems to be the leading exporter.
New video taken in Sydney shows a large Huntsman spider getting dragged to its death by a massive spider wasp. Spider wasps are a common name given to any wasp in the family Pompilidae. Under this category there are roughly 5,000 different species, most of which capture prey by paralyzing them.
Both venomous invertebrates are frequently found throughout Australia, but when engaged in battles, it's often the wasps that win.
Their paralyzing stings allow spider wasps to feed on large spiders, and, horrifyingly, to use them as living baby incubators.
As an entomologist from the Museum of Victoria, Patrick Honan explained to Australian media