News outlets in the UK this week are brimming with new videos and photo galleries detailing life inside Mount Bosavi, a largely unexplored volcanic crater in Papua New Guinea. The things that live there are various and awesome, ranging from pretty terrifying jumping spiders with pincers as long as the rest of their bodies to teeny, tiny parrots that are exactly as adorable as you would expect teeny, tiny parrots to be.

Also among the 40 brand new species first identified by science in the Mount Bosavi crater – a giant, wooly rat that measures over two feet long from nose to tail and a frog with fangs.