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Assassin spiders use their mega long jaws to grab other spiders w/o getting bit themselves.
This insane looking spider uses its long jaws to hunt … other spiders.
Ninety percent of all animals on Earth do not have a spine. All of them are awesome.
America’s Christmas lights are visible from outer space.
Here’s how a mothership will deliver swarms of asteroid mining space craft
The surprising ways your breath connects you to the entire planet #keanuwoah
Leafhopper gears, zebrafish brains, and the rest of this year’s best biology close-ups.
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Here are the best science books we read this year.
Map-themed gifts for the geography lover in your life (or yourself).
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The adorable Mexican mole lizard, and all the terrible things people say about it.
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Hand of a newt..eye of a toad..The @calacademy’s bewitching trove of preserved amphibians.
Mt. Sinabung’s eruption, and the rest of 2014’s most compelling images of Earth from space.
The world’s lost species are among the treasures hidden in California’s raddest science museum
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Nurses who survived Ebola return to the job to treat others.
It’s getting harder to tell the difference between comets and asteroids.