We have spiders to thank (or not to thank) for knees, with the consolation that spiders have 48 knees while we only have two.
The two-inch spider is believed to be from the Hadronyche genus, which typically lives in trees.
A one-of-a-kind spider from Down Under looks more like a Transylvania transplant than an Aussie, thanks to its red fangs.
Long before dinosaurs and humans there was a spider relative, shaped like a Greek warship, which swam around Iowa seeking prey.
CA Roan Drive, in Rowlett, Texas, has startling new adornments in its trees.
If you think your life's bad, consider a spider that's turned into a zombie, brainwashed into building a home, and then killed when the job's done.
Spiders can travel the world by sea, air and land, covering vast distances with ease.
The prehistoric animal is so bizarre that, for years, scientists couldn’t figure out which side of it was the front and which was the back.
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