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July 23, 2015 The Matrix for spiders? Anthropologist Barbara J. King explores what scientists can learn about invertebrate perception and neurophysiology from chilling then magnetizing jumping spiders.
Reconstruction of the giant filter feeder, scooping up a plankton cloud. Aegirocassis benmoulae was one of the biggest arthropods that ever lived. Family members include today's insects, spiders and lobsters.
March 11, 2015 This sea monster swam Earth's seas about 480 million years ago and was the biggest creature of its day, scientists say.
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A spider made a surprise appearance during a live update from BBC Scotland's Graham Stewart Wednesday.
August 13, 2014 The arachnid made quick work of the bug and retreated back off-camera — but not before it surprised viewers and entertained many on Twitter and elsewhere.
August 14, 2008 A spider nearly killed me once. Scratch that. I nearly killed myself because of a spider. Tales of fear, and phobias.
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