Who ISN’T interested in the mating habits of male wolf spiders?

Turns out, spiders actually mate in a really interesting way.

Spiders don’t have ears, but male spiders still lay down a sick beat to attract a mate.

They use their abdomens and legs to create vibrations.

Spiders are aware of the “revs” and the “idles” when creating a beat.

Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln filmed 44 spider mating rituals.

They found that the more wild the dance and more varied the vibration, the faster they copulated.

The study also found that spider size actually doesn’t matter as much when it comes to mating.

So, as it turns out, it really isn’t about size… it’s just about how well you can move… at least for spiders.