Sunday, April 16, 2017

Giant Spider Species Discovered, The Curious History of the White House Easter Egg Roll, Governing in a Czar-less Russia and More

Giant Spider Species Discovered, The Curious History of the White House Easter Egg Roll, Governing in a Czar-less Russia and More

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Smithsonian Weekender    APRIL 2017

Huge New Spider Species Discovered in Mexican Cave

Califorctenus cacachilensis is the width of a softball and represents a new genus of arachnids

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Califorctenus cacachilensis (San Diego Natural History Museum)

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