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Spider in Space

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Jumping Spider, Nefertiti, Onboard the International Space Station

The Phiddipus johnsoni, or red-backed jumping spider, named Nefertiti is shown here walking and preying on flies in her habitat while in orbit on the International Space Station and in her habitat readapting to gravity on Earth. (BioServe Space Technologies)

Credit: NASA

Source: NASA - Multimedia

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Poor girl, she was a bit confused by the change in gravity upon returning to Earth.

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We all know how this ends - mutant, human-hunting spiders.

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