Jumping spiders are a group of small beautiful predatory arthropods that consist of 600 genera and 6000 species, forming the largest family of spiders and comprising 13% of the global spider diversity. With their large eyes and vertical flat faces, these insects that are just a few millimeters in size are distinguished from other spiders. Males and females are different in shape and this difference is even more apparent when the male spiders perform a complex beautiful courtship dance for the females. Although jumping spiders are among the most beautiful arthropods, and are very small, they are one of the most brutal and fearsome predators in the microworld. These spiders do not make webs and, as their name suggests, can leap into the air by adjusting their blood pressure and pounce on the prey and paralyze it by injecting venom into the victim’s body, and eat it. These spiders sometimes capture insects much larger than themselves and do not hesitate to kill and eat other jumping spiders. The following beautiful pictures are taken by a young Malaysian photographer who loves spiders.