Micrathena gracilis is a spider in the family Araneidae (orb-weavers), commonly known as the Spined Micrathena or the "CD Spider" because its webs can make it appear that there are CDs hanging from the trees. It is completely harmless to humans.
The extremely rare King Cheetah. While a normal cheetah is generally a golden color and dappled with small, black spots, the King has spots that run together to form 3 black stripes down it's back. This unique pattern is due wholey to a recessive gene.
"Racing Stripes" The King Cheetah has a recessive fur pattern mutation. First discovered in Zimbabwe in this very rare animal has been seen in the wild only 6 times. Photo by: Steve Jurvetson One of my favorite animals in the whole world is cheetah.