Although there are many different types of creatures called "Daddy long-legs" these things here are spiders, as they are web
spinners. There are Crane flies of the family Tipulidae which live in spiders' webs that are sometimes called "Daddy long-legs"
but they have wings. These three Daddy long-legs are sharing a meal of a huntsman spider. There is an urban myth that
Daddy long-legs are the most venomous spiders in the world, but there is not a shred of evidence to support it. Admittedly
Daddy long-legs webs can look a bit shabby but they are handy things to have about as they are good at catching insects,
- but they also eat other spiders. I don't know of any other type of spider that is willing to share a meal.