Spider lifts snail shell up to sleep
In this excerpt of the documentary series "Madagascar" which aired on British television channel BBC 2, a spider suspended a snail shell in a plant to make its shelter to protect themselves from heat and predators present on the ground. The arachnid uses a special technique by connecting the shell to branch with silk son growing short to trace its future shelter. It repeats this process until the shell is suspended close the branch. It can then take refuge safely.