The spider was spotted midway through munching on a pygmy possum at Mount Field National Park in Tasmania by a couple enjoying a romantic getaway.
"Possum-eating spider! Taken by my husband at a Mt Field lodge", Latton wrote, adding a smiley emoticon. This time, it comes at the expense of a tiny little possum, who fell prey to a large and ubiquitous spider.
Latton then posted a photos of the incredible scenes on the Tasmanian Insects and Spiders Facebook page, sharing the frightful sight with other nature "lovers".
Pygmy possums primarily eat nectar and pollen, but they will also snack on invertebrates. "It would be fairly rare".
These little cuties are amongst the smallest possums in the world, weighing less than a golf ball and reaching up to 11 cm (4.3 inches), not including the tail.
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"Holy sh**. Nope", one commenter wrote.
The photo has gone viral since being posted, being shared almost 6000 times.
"What a once in a life time photo opportunity".
And while huntsman spiders are venomous, they are not considered to be unsafe to humans and their diet consists mainly of insects and other invertebrates, and occasionally small lizards.
"It was one of the biggest huntsman spiders he'd ever seen", she said, likening its size to "an adult's palm". Let us know using the comments section.