Today in Human-Arachnid Relations…

Because sometimes what you need most is to watch a person take it upon themselves to very carefully remove tangles of lint from the teeny toes of an amazingly patient wolf spider. What's more, this isn't even the first time Austin, TX resident Joe Pieczynski has helped out a wolf spider in this fashion. As you'll see, …

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Yesterday in Coleoptera Couture…

Because sometimes there are days you know you'll only truly feel like yourself if you're wearing a 19th century tiara, necklace, and earrings adorned with iridescent green beetle bodies. This dazzling set of Victorian adornments is Lady Granville's beetle parure, an Egyptian-style set of jewelry made in London by the Phillips Brothers in 1884-1885. The tiara, …

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A Tale of Chilean Wildfires and Three Very Good Doggos

Because sometimes what you need most is to learn about a trio of goodest girls using their canine smarts and boundless energy to help replant burned forestland in Chile. Meet 6-year-old Das and her two daughters, Olivia and Summer, three beautiful Border Collies working to help re-seed lands in the Maule Region of central Chile …

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