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This Never Before Seen Spider Looks Like a Leaf
Scientists stumbled upon the potentially new species in a Chinese rain forest.
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WIN TICKETS to Spiders: Alive and Deadly
Over 400 creepy crawlies lie in wait at the Australian Museum right now!
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Watch a Giant Spider Drag a Mouse
A video from Australia shows a lethal battle between a huntsman spider and a rodent.
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How Male Widow Spiders Avoid Being Cannibalized During Sex
The arachnids choose the right females, a new study says.
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"ALBINO" SPIDER FOUND IN AUSTRALIA
"I nearly fell over when I saw its white head," expert says.
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How Peacock Spiders Get Their Bright Blue 'Butts'
Scales filled with tiny nanostructures give male spiders the bling they need to impress females, a new study says.
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Tarantula and Bug Petting Zoos Help People Conquer Fears
These unconventional zoos teach people about arthropods by letting them interact with them.
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City Cemetery Is Alive With Shocking Number of Bats and Spiders
A huge new survey shows that a historic Jewish cemetery in Berlin is now a haven for hundreds of creatures normally found in the deep woods.
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Love in the Time of Tarantulas: New Spider Shocks Scientists
Named after author Gabriel García Márquez, the Colombian spider was identified in part because males have uniquely serrated genitals.

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