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Male Spiders Make Love, Not War, but Die Anyway

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In a macabre display of affection, the male dark fishing spider (Dolomedes tenebrosus) dies shortly after it mates with a female, a new study in the journal Biology LettersĀ finds. But unlike black widows, whose females are infamous for eating the males once the deed is...
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