The idea is to make arachnophobics comfortable with looking at spiders, by making them comfortable with looking at things that look like spiders.
Spider webs will soon be able to save lives, and used to make everything from super-strong cables to bulletproof vests.
I can only imagine this lanky creature doesn't approve of premarital arachnid intercourse, and probably has serious mommy issues!
While this gruesome practice is common among arachnids, that doesn't make it any less shocking to watch. Play this creepy clip and find out!
This video makes its point graphically clear: if you encounter a spider bigger than your hand, the last thing you want to do is poke at it.
An entomologist has just discovered a brand new species of spider in Peru - one that uses twigs, leaves, and dead insect bodies to actually form crude sculptures of itself.
Its existence has yet to be proven by scientists, but sightings of this monstrous arachnid behemoth continue to this day.
Spiders are building weapons now! This one beats Spider-Man at his own game by turning an entire web into a sticky catapult.
This Australian arachnid is nicknamed the “peacock spider” for its colorful display... which he enhances with some sweet dance moves.
If you have phobias involving wasps or spiders, you'd better proceed with caution when reading this article... because it's got tons of both.