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Spider Catches Prey by Shooting Webs
The rare ability helps some spiders outwit larger prey.
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Watch a Spider Take Down a Scorpion Twice Its Size
The video was taken by a man in Australia who stumbled upon the battling critters in his bathroom.
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Watch: Giant Wasp vs. Giant Spider Battle Ends With a Twist
Video taken in Sydney, Australia, shows a large spider wasp carrying a Huntsman spider to its death—until a surprise visitor drops in.
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Watch a Giant Spider Devour a Cricket on a Man's Hand
Up close video footage taken in Australia shows how this enormous spider immobilises and consumes its prey.
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Watch a Tarantula Crawl Out of Its Own Skeleton
A time-lapse video shows what happens when a young Mexican Red Knee tarantula is ready to shed its old exoskeleton.
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Male Spiders Risk Death By Courting the Wrong Females
Jumping spiders go after every female they see—partially due to mistaken identity, a new study says.
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50 New Spiders Discovered In Australia
Spiders capable of diving, jumping, and dancing (and one the size of a human face) were among the new species discovered.
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Tarantulas May Be 'Right-Handed'
Once thought uniquely human, a preference for the right or left side seems to also occur among wild animals.
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Tarantula Found Eating a Snake in Wild for First Time
The bloody scene, witnessed in Brazil, confirms that tarantulas are hardly picky eaters.
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Disco Spider Pulsates With Colour, Baffling Scientists
"I haven't seen anything like it," scientist says of the flashy arachnid from Asia.
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Ever wonder what spiders get up to in your home? A team of spider experts fill a house full of hundreds and hundreds of spiders and watch as astonishing drama unfolds.

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