A study of thousands of blacklegged ticks showed that the tiny arachnids would more often than expected deliver two diseases at once.
It turns out there is a lot more to spider webs than just their super-strong mechanical properties.
Toothy barbs are perfectly suited for piercing the skeletons of prey and delivering a kiss of venom, a new study finds.
Living harvestmen, more commonly called daddy longlegs, have one pair of eyes. But that wasn't the case 304 million years ago.
With a leg span of 8 inches, even scientists studying the creature are a bit freaked out by its size.
100-Million-Year-Old Spider Attack Found in Amber