Found a tiny velvet mite dragging a tinier millipede with its hind legs. Whether it intentional or the millipede got stuck on the mite's leg i don't know.
Quote from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trombidi…
Anystides Red Velvet mites or Rain Bug are arachnids found in soil litter known for their bright red colours but are often mistaken for spiders. They are active predators as grown adults but early instars are often parasites on insects. It is also called Beer Bahuti in Indian Subcontinent.
The pattern of stages is shared with that of other members of the Prostigmata: egg, pre-larva, larva, protonymph, deutonymph, tritonymph and adult (male or female). They usually have only one breeding cycle per year.
One well known species from the Palearctic is Trombidium holosericeum.
The systematics of this group has been in flux and many former subfamilies of this are now raised to families within the Trombidioidea.
The oil from the red velvet mite Trombidium grandissimum called "Teej" in Hindi is used in traditional Indian medicine to treat paralysis. Also, due to their alleged ability to increase sexual desire, Trombidium mites are known locally as "Indian Viagra"