Contrary to popular opinion, spiders are not insects. They are considered distant relatives of crabs and are united in a separate class of arachnids. They are widespread, even in water.
They have very different colors, depending on the environment. The color helps them in camouflage during hunting. The green spider is a typical inhabitant of grass and shrubs. It blends perfectly with the background and becomes invisible to the prey and enemies.
What color do you think I am? – The spider
Have you ever seen green spider?