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Arachnophobic or Just Plain Scared loading...
Arachnophobic or Just Plain Scared
So you think you’re afraid of spiders?
6 Fierce Animal Mums That Go to Extremes For Their Young loading...
6 Fierce Animal Mums That Go to Extremes For Their Young
For Mother's Day, we take a look at some of nature's dedicated mamas—which even includes octopuses and spiders.
Male Spiders Risk Death By Courting the Wrong Females loading...
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.
Watch This Huge Tarantula Wriggle Out of Its Skin loading...
Watch This Huge Tarantula Wriggle Out of Its Skin
Snakes, spiders, and other creatures regularly shed their skins—here's why.
50 New Spiders Discovered In Australia loading...
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.
World's 7 Most Romantic Animals loading...
World's 7 Most Romantic Animals
For Valentine's Day, we have a collection of remarkable videos celebrating love in the natural world.
Tarantulas May Be 'Right-Handed' loading...
Tarantulas May Be 'Right-Handed'
Once thought uniquely human, a preference for the right or left side seems to also occur among wild animals.
Tarantula Found Eating a Snake in Wild for First Time loading...
Tarantula Found Eating a Snake in Wild for First Time
The bloody scene, witnessed in Brazil, confirms that tarantulas are hardly picky eaters.
Disco Spider Pulsates With Colour, Baffling Scientists loading...
Disco Spider Pulsates With Colour, Baffling Scientists
"I haven't seen anything like it," scientist says of the flashy arachnid from Asia.
Watch Silkhenge Spiders Hatch On Video For The First Time loading...
Watch Silkhenge Spiders Hatch On Video For The First Time
There is finally footage of baby spiders hatching out of the spider egg sac known for its ‘picket fence’ enclosure.
Milking Spiders: Why Would You Want To Collect Toxic Venom? loading...
Milking Spiders: Why Would You Want To Collect Toxic Venom?
Spider milking might sound like an unpleasant activity, but the results are indispensable for molecular science.
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