Learn more about these fascinating arthropods as scientists continue to make amazing discoveries about spiders.
From spiders the size of dinner plates, to others with inch-long fangs, these mythically-large arachnids roam the earth.
Spiders in the Uloboridae family wrap their prey in copious amounts of silk and cover them in toxic fluids before starting their feast.
Joro spiders have spread all over Georgia and its neighboring states, but they don't owe their success to a combative nature — quite the opposite, in fact.
A tiny jumping spider's imperfect ant impression lets it mimic multiple species, enabling it to live in various habitats.
Although nearly all spiders are venomous, a few stand out from the crowd for their potent toxins. So, which spider is the deadliest in the world?
Researchers have found that undernourished bold jumping spiders begin to lose light-sensitive photoreceptors.
Researchers have determined the cause of an unusual behavior in funnel weaving spiders that involves the females curling up as if they're dead before having sex.
Heavy rain in Australia has led to an influx in venomous spiders being washed into people's swimming pools. Species found include funnel-web spiders, the venom of which is so toxic it can kill a child in just 15 minutes.
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