You might not immediately be able to tell what is but we can tell you that you are in fact looking at a world first.
Believe it or not, the grim spectacle above is a tarantula eating the body of a snake in Brazil – the first time such a scenario has been seen in the wild.
The discovery, which happened in early December but has only just been reported, was made by a team of scientists in the far south of Brazil.
Under a rock they found the 15 inch Almaden ground snake being preyed up by the hand-sized Grammostola tarantula.
The species was only described last year and thought to only live in Uruguay.
Typically tarantulas prey on other spiders, insects, smaller reptiles, amphibians, birds or mammals.
Leandro added: ‘There are other records of spiders preying on snakes, such as the famous black widow, which has a strong toxin and, besides, rely on the web for capturing.’
The results have since been published in a paper.