Imagine finding this guy in your bath tub - this rare Goliath bird eating spider was spotted living in Guyana in South America and is the largest spider in the world.
He isn't the only big bug who's been snapped! This huge Emperor scorpion was found in Ghana by a team of Conservation International scientists.
The team travel the world scouting out new rare species like this fruit bat. He hasn't been properly named but experts reckon he looks a lot like Yoda!
Conservationists reckon that this little guy is a lot like Pinocchio because his little nose grows when he is looking for his friends and shrinks when he is resting!
This salamander was discovered living in the trees in Ecuador in South America. The amphibians don't have lungs but instead breathe through their skin. Its nickname? ET!
Now this guy is SCARY! We wouldn't want to come face to face with this Satanic leaf tailed gecko. Luckily he lives in Madagascar, so we won't be seeing him anytime soon...
This blossom bat is a lot cuter! Bats like these love to munch on pollen and nectar from flowers and play a big role in helping plants grow in rainforests.
If you're lucky you might spot this Peacock katydid in the rainforest. They're really crafty and can make themselves look dead to stay safe from predators.