Mysterious Spiders

May 04, 04:00 AM
Are Daddy Longlegs really the most venomous spiders in the world? Our intrepid science reporters, Jeanna and Mindy delve into the mysterious world of spiders. 

Below you can find links to further reading on the topic discussed in this episode.
 

  • There are 6,000-10,000 species of Daddy Longlegs 
  • They live worldwide with the most diversity occurring in Southeast Asia


INTERVIEW with Kimberley Hickok, reference editor for Live Science and for our sister site, Space.com: You're Not Seeing Things, These Spider Butts Look Like Faces


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Music by Chad Crouch - Algorithms