Forget the spiders and rats. If you really want to freak out someone send a giant wasp buzzing their way. OK, he might not be as realistic in appearance but in the semi-darkness it would send folks scurrying. Eyes iight up and while it climbs, glides, descends, and flaps its wings like a bird or insect. Comes with spare wings too.Creep out visitors with a creepy crawler from Uncle Milton National Geographic. This hairy, 7 inch long RC monster tarantula has realistic leg movements and eyes that light up.I sure wouldn&#39;t want to encounter a real ant that&#39;s this big. It has legs that move and chomping jaws. The controller is a crystal skull.He&#39;s a big 6.5&#34; long/wide furry creature with light up eyes and real spider movements.Several models of tarantulas here (that&#39;s kind of funny to write). Actually there are about 300 species but only a handful of different ones are represented here. Features include light up eyes, hairy bodies, and leg movements.Send this furry guy scurrying silently across the floor. Including his tail he&#39;s over a foot long. You&#39;ll need 3 AA and a 9-volt battery instead of cheese to power this rodent.It&#39;s not exactly scary, but what better way to get someone jumping than to cross their path with an RC skunk. This plush little stinker moves in any direction. Press a button on the controller to flip up his tail.As if seeing a rat wasn&#39;t scary enough, this fur-covered RC rodent has an evil teeth-baring grin and red eyes that will send almost anyone scurrying away.He can dive up to 8 foot then come racing to the surface from the murky depths of your backyard pool to seriously freak out your friends. He&#39;s not a Great White but take him to a pool party showing of JAWS anyway.It&#39;s terror at sea (or in the pool) when you let loose this 2 foot long menace of the deep. While his appearance might not be so realistic on land, put him in the water where he can dive up to 9 feet down and move with lifelike grace then watch swimmers head for shore. You can even control him from underwater with the water resistant controller.Send this segmented green snake with light-up eyes slithering down the hall or over any hard smooth surface indoors or outdoors. It&#39;s from Uncle Milton National Geographic.When you aren&#39;t sending this segmented snake slithering across a hard smooth surface to scare someone, send him creeping around the included obstacle course. From Uncle Milton National Geographic.Can&#39;t get enough snakes? Here&#39;s another segmented slithering reptile with light up eyes and a 3-piece obstacle course for added fun.The eyes light up red and the tail rotates (helping to turn a flipped over rat back on its feet) on this white or gray RC mouse. It has a controller that looks like a cheeseburger. From Megatech.