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How do spiders make their webs? Turns out it’s in their DNA. Spider expert and American Museum of Natural History curator Cheryl Y. Hayashi discusses her research into spider silk.
Runtime: 2 minutes 39 seconds
Deep Look: Daddy Longlegs Risk Life and Especially Limb to Survive
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Fast Draw: In Search Of Scorpions
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