A computer graphics program brings an extinct predator back to virtual life.
It turns out there is a lot more to spider webs than just their super-strong mechanical properties.
These creatures show that you don't necessarily have to be fit to survive. You just have to look as unappetizing as possible.
A spider has evolved a successful way to avoid being bothered: it masquerades as an unsavory pile. Continue reading →
Toothy barbs are perfectly suited for piercing the skeletons of prey and delivering a kiss of venom, a new study finds.
Check out the gymnastic-like moves of the "somersault spider," the world's only known spider to move via backsprings. Continue reading →
Whether hobo spider bites are toxic to people has been a matter of debate, but a new study suggests the spider's venom may be less harmful thought.
Living harvestmen, more commonly called daddy longlegs, have one pair of eyes. But that wasn't the case 304 million years ago.
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