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The Jumping Spider is able to leap up to 50 times its size. They use a tether of silk that they produce from their bodies to do so. They are able to use the hydraulic movement of their limbs in spite of not having muscles in their body to do so. They do have to stop now and then to be able to readjust their blood pressure.
They are very curious by nature too. This is why they will leap when a human places their hand out. However, they may jump backwards too so that they can get enough distance from that object. They stay focused for long periods of time on what they approach too.
They are very active hunters so they don’t have a web (in most of the species) and then sit around and wait. They track prey for quite a distance and plan a strategy. They will quickly pounce with the element of surprise on their side. Then they are able to quickly bite which injects the venom. They consume a variety of insects, bugs, and they also will consume other species of spiders. They are also know to consume both pollen and nectar.