Kim was the only regal jumping spider willing to participate in the researchers' study.
Arachnophobes, read no further: These massive spiders, mostly native to southeast Asia and Australia, can’t be dispatched by a shoe or a rolled-up newspaper.
From cartwheeling to venom-spitting, spiders have developed a lot of odd behaviors.
The next time you see a spider, maybe let it know you appreciate its hard work by leaving it be.
J.K. Rowling said she was “truly honored” by the name researchers chose for the tiny “fantastic beast.”
Scientists previously believed the tiny arachnids could only hear noises a few centimeters away.
If his dance moves don't impress, she eats him alive.
They've evolved to be tiny, eight-legged musicians.
Whether it’s one creeping around some dark corner of your house or crawling over its web in a field or forest, most spiders we encounter are found on solid ground. Some spiders aren’t entirely earth-bound, though. They’re also also masters of air travel a
First off, they're not even spiders.
'Arachnophobia,' Frank Marshall's skin-crawling cult classic, crept its way into theaters 30 years ago.
E.B. White's famed children's book may contain talking animals, but it also maintains a surprising studiousness when it comes to the true science of arachnids.