EXT. THE GREAT WHITE WILDERNESS
Musca azygiella, a rare species of fly, has evolved the ability to outsmart web-building spiders.
Lackadaisically, the "baiter fly" carefully lands in active spider webs.
Fly approaching web.
However, a greasy fluid covers theirs legs, proving a protective barrier between their limbs and the web.
Fly grabbing onto web.
Clinging firmly to the web, they shake theirs bodies to alarm the unsuspecting owner.
Fly jiggling web.
As the hungry spider dashes to capture its prey the fly attacks back.
Fly attacking spider.
With venom ten times more potent than the average spider, the hunter quickly becomes the hunted.
Fly devouring spider.
One spider can provide up to three days of food.
Fly further devouring spider.
The clever fly then claims the web and uses it to capture future food.
Fly waiting in web.
Once the elements finally break down the hijacked web, the baiter fly quickly moves on to his next target.
Fly flying away.