Out of the wild
Hello, hairy little guy
A little gross, and totally amazing.
Courtesy of some spooky shale.
It depends on where they're from.
Bungee jumpers use rubber cords to absorb the force of their fall; in Vanuatu, they use vines
How a Mark Twain festival is helping researchers learn about frogs
Where do transposons do their transposing?
Unraveling a mystery about a spider that makes spider-shaped decoys in its web.
How Tinsel Town's leading entomologist gets 8-legged actors to perform.
Find out how these arachnids avoid getting trapped in their goo.
It might be a completely new species--a very tricky new species.
An artificial intelligence scans spiders' webs to determine which species are in the area.
In the future, spider-strengthened silk could go into bulletproof vests.
Spider silk may inspire better semiconductors
Scientists are finally unspooling how spider silk works.
Research professor Jenny Stynoski doesn't flinch from venomous snakes, poisonous frogs, or solo trips to the jungle at night. Tropical banana spiders, on the other hand...
What other fauna lurk undiscovered?
After watching them on TV
Maybe bone-house wasps listen to too much Slayer.
That's some bacteria!