Umbrellas and galoshes will shield you from the rain, snow and hail — but what about the showers of spiders, satellites, and raw mystery meat?
Learn more about these fascinating arthropods as scientists continue to make amazing discoveries about spiders.
The Olympics are designed to test elite athleticism, at least in the human realm. But what about the animal world? How would arctic foxes fair in the Winter Olympics, or snowy owls for that matter?
One dark night in the Guyana rainforest, herpetologist Andrew Snyder serendipitously shined his flashlight on "a small glint of brilliant, cobalt blue" sticking out of a rotting stump.
Do you have a cluttered coffee table or a stack of boxes from that last move you've never gotten around to putting away? Good news — your tendency toward untidiness isn't unhygienic.
One unique arachnid found not only in the Sonoran Desert but also in the Mojave and Chihuahuan deserts is the desert tarantula. Check out these amazing photos of desert tarantulas.
Avicularia, a confusing genus of large "birdeater" tarantulas, gets a scientific makeover in a new study.
One autumn night while searching for spiders in his backyard, Matthew Persons came across something unexpected: a wolf spider ménage à trois.