The youngest and most eagle-eyed of us spotted a jumping spider making a meal of a fly. The fly had landed in the middle of a window pane and spider grabbed it. An impressive feat.

Jumping Spider with Fly - side view

This spider has six eyes. The pair at the front move in tandem and give the spider 3D vision for approaching and catching prey.

Jumping Spider with Fly - looking forward

Jumping Spider with Fly - looking up

The next day, the dried husk of the fly was on the window ledge and the spider was back patrolling the windows.