I can do without the sensationalized narration and the lion sounds pasted to the spider, but this video shows a couple notable behaviors:
First, notice how numbers trump size. An ant colony sacrifices a single worker, but the biomass gain from a single spider more than compensates their loss. Ants are dominant, among other reasons, because social insects can hunt in ways solitary animals simply can’t.
Second, if you’ve ever wondered why Myrmecia sport such toothy jaws, here’s your answer. The mandibles double-duty for holding and slicing large prey:
Finally, that slow-motion jump is the most awesome thing I’ve seen since roller derby.