It’s sad to think that, over time, John Lennon may be forgotten for his musical talents, but a group of scientists from the Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi in Brazil were sure to make it so his name lives on in some fashion. In life, Lennon may have been a Beatle, but post-mortem, he is a new species of Amazonian tarantula, the Bumba lennoni. The new species of Theraphosidae is quite tiny, with a body measuring in at around 1 inch or 3 centimeters long, but is otherwise unremarkable when compared to the oversized Goliath Birdeater that it is related to. When inquired about the naming, study leader Fernando Perez-Miles claimed that Lennon was chosen because he helped to make this world a more gentle place. You know, like tarantulas. Makes perfect sense.