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Incredibly Weird Sea Spiders Pump Their Blood Using Their Guts

Nightmarish Sea Spiders Pump Their Blood Using Their Guts

Giant squid.  They weren't lying when they named it.

Mimic Octopus going into defensive mode mimicking a lion fish. Mimic Octopuses mock other animals to camouflage themselves. This photo was a Scuba Diving Magazine Cover in

Antarctic octopuses survive subzero temperatures because of the blue pigments in their blood, a new study finds.

Antarctic Octopus's 'Blue Blood' Helps It Survive in Frigid Waters

Megaleledone setebos, a shallow-water circum-Antarctic species from the Southern Ocean. It is the closest living relative to deep-sea octopuses. The specimen shown is a juvenile; adults reach a total length of nearly

Tardigrades or water bears

Tardigrades — the microscopic, oddly cute toughest animals on Earth — explained

My No-Soap, No-Shampoo, Bacteria-Rich Hygiene Experiment - NYTimes.com  May have merit. Read the rationale.

My No-Soap, No-Shampoo, Bacteria-Rich Hygiene Experiment

My No-Soap, No-Shampoo, Bacteria-Rich Hygiene Experiment, via the NY Times Magazine.

Photographer Nicky Bay Documents Mirror Spiders Adjusting their Silver Plates to Appear More Reflective

Eye of the Spider: Hypnotizing Macro Photos of Exotic Spiders Staring Directly into Your Mind

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