Spiders that don't build webs catch their prey using adhesive pads covered in branched hairs called setae.
By The Scientist Staff | May 22, 2013
Jonas Wolff, Kiel University
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By Kerry Grens
Species die-offs are expected to accelerate as greenhouse gases accumulate, according to a meta-analysis.
By Jenny Rood
High-speed X-ray video reveals how bombardier beetles control their toxic sprays.
By Bob Grant
Researchers describe a small species that may have soared through Jurassic skies on membranous wings like those of bats and flying squirrels.
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