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Female spiders play dead during sex so males don't have to worry about being eaten

Researchers have determined the cause of an unusual behavior in funnel weaving spiders that involves the females curling up as if they're dead before having sex.

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Inbreeding may be causing orca population in the Pacific Northwest to crash

Inbreeding among an endangered population of orcas off the coasts of British Columbia, Washington and Oregon is a cause for concern.

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We're nowhere near reaching the maximum human life span, controversial study suggests

Human longevity records may be broken in the next few decades, a new modeling study suggests.

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Mysterious aurora-like phenomenon 'STEVE' appears during strongest solar storm for more than half a decade

STEVE was spotted across the U.S. and in parts of the U.K. after the most powerful solar storm to hit Earth for six years smashed into our planet.

logo.png  By WG  Mar 29, 2023