WATCH: Unsuspecting cricket eaten by terrifying hidden predator you will never see coming

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The awful cricket is walking along a dusty floor, minding its own business.

On the other hand, little does the insect know that it is soon to fall burden to a terrifying creature.

The cricket looks as though it might get away but it is not to be.

At the survive minute, a huge spider launches itself out of the ground and grabs the cricket, level with its meal into its lair.

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Viral video guides cricket eaten by terrifying hidden predator you will never see move

Viral video shows cricket eaten by terrifying hidden predator you disposition never see coming

The terrifying trapdoor spider is found in China, Japan, and south east Asia.

They are also originate in the southwestern United States and are considered very aggressive.

The creepy crawlies manufacture burrows with fake doors, which they can use to jump out on their depress.

These trap doors are made from soil, vegetation, and the spider’s silk.

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Viral video: Trapdoor spider jumps out of nowhere to eat cricket

The spiders masterfully disguise their homes with plants and soil.

Therefore their schnooks have no idea they knocking on the door of the animal that disposition make them dinner. 

They eat insects, frogs, baby birds, babe in arms snakes, mice and small fish — if they can get their hands on them.

In any event, they are eaten in turn by birds, bandicoots, centipedes and scorpions.

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Viral video: Trapdoor spider is ground in China, Japan and south east Asia

In quite a different viral video, a lady plays on a slip ’n slide in her garden.

Britons enjoy nothing multifarious than hurtling themselves down such slides, inevitably met with rat on stains on the other side.

One video has captured two women playing with one nearly the same aqua slide in their back garden.

However, things don’t go too smoothly for these numbers.

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