Entomologists from North Carolina State University ran a study that found we share our houses with more than 500 kinds of arthropods.
In 2019, researchers discovered a tiny spider in the Peruvian Amazon rain forest that has a behavior that’s surprisingly similar to the Marvel superhero Spiderman.
Some insects and spiders produce a milk-like substance to feed their offspring.
Scientists are studying how spiders do the behavior known as, “ballooning.” Ballooning is when spiders, using their silk, fly in the air.
Did you know that some spiders, East African jumping spiders, that is, don't just have an appetite for meat, but for blood as well?
Male jumping spiders perform elaborate dances to entice mates.
Insects don't have internal bones the way people do: their hard supporting structures are all on the outside, and need to be rebuilt as the insect grows.
Entomologists from North Carolina State University discovered we share our houses with hundreds of different arthropod species.
Scientists discover a spider that can survive 80-foot drops, no strings attached.
Learn about phobias to snakes and spiders on this edition of A Moment of Science.