The newly discovered trapdoor spider isn't a true albino, since it still has some brown pigment on it's body.
The spider is 1.2 inches wide.
It is being called the albino trapdoor spider until it is formally described as a new species.
Scientist are really excited about this new species of Australian spider.
A man in a small town in western Australia found the strange-looking spider near his house, captured it in a jar, and sent it to the museum.
Trapdoor spiders get their name because they use soil, vegetation, and silk to construct to create small trapdoors into their burrows.
The spiders then pop out when they feel the vibrations of passing prey.
The newfound spider is considered extremely rare, and it's currently the only known specimen of its kind.
I'm not going to lie to you, I'm happy I didn't discover this guy in my backyard.