Spider waves its front legs like antennae to mimic warlike ants
This spider (Myrmarachne formicaria) copies the look and movement of an antStefan Sollfors/Alamy Stock PhotoBy Andy CoghlanGet those legs in the air. By mimicking how an ant looks and moves, this spider avoids being eaten by other spiders and insects. “Ants are remarkably well-defended animals,” says Paul Shamble, now at Harvard University, who co-led...
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