Modern spiders are known to take care of their eggs and young – and now we have evidence that the behaviour is ancient.
Researchers at Capital Normal University in Beijing recently acquired four specimens of spiders trapped in Burmese amber, dated to 98.8 million years ago and mined in the Hukawng valley of northern Myanmar. In collaboration with Paul Selden at the Natural History Museum in London, the team analysed the pieces using photography and micro-computed …
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