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A Spider Named Brian: New species from Australia gets an especially "common" name.

A new species of spider, Dolomedes briangreenei , which likes to swim and catch fish, has been discovered in Queensland. It is named after physicist and World Science Festival co-founder, Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at...

“A new species of spider, Dolomedes briangreenei, which likes to swim and catch fish, has been discovered in Queensland. It is named after physicist and World Science Festival co-founder, Brian.

Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii  Ordem: Mantodea  Esta espécie de louva-deus tem sua área de distribuição natural na África sub-saariana.

Devil's Flower Mantis: 10 Surprisingly Stunning Species Of Mantis

Deadly Brain Disease Is Driving Swamp Birds Insane

A mysterious disease has been killing ducks and eagles in Florida’s wetlands, and endangered snail kites may be its next victims. (why support negligent aquarium owners?

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New tarantula named after Johnny Cash

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Mantis - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

King baboon tarantula One of Africa's largest living spiders is the king baboon tarantula. It has a leg span of up to 8 inches (20cm) and is rusty red-brown in colour. In the wild it digs into the soil of grasslands, then constructs webs across its burrows to catch prey.

The world's largest spider is the size of a dinner plate

King baboon tarantula One of Africa's largest living spiders is the king baboon tarantula. It has a leg span of up to 8 inches (20cm) and is rusty red-brown in colour. In the wild it digs into the soil of grasslands, then constructs webs across its burrows to catch prey.

A female Darwin's large fan-throated lizard (Sarada darwini) (Credit: Raman Kulkarni)

The beautiful brightly-coloured beasts that nobody noticed

A female Darwin's large fan-throated lizard (Sarada darwini) (Credit: Raman Kulkarni)

Cockatoos Become Drummers to Pick Up Chicks

In a First Bird Uses Tools to Make Sweet Music: The palm cockatoo is the only species aside from humans that can drum a rhythmic beat with its own homemade objects

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