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After sex, female jumping spiders get shy

Oct. 18 (UPI) -- For many female Australian jumping spiders, the first time is the last time. When scientists at Macquarie University tracked the mating habits of Australian jumping spiders, they found many females display an increase in…

Review: Amazon Fire 7 (2017)

The Amazon Fire 7 is a tablet you can buy for $50. Think on that for a minute—for one Ulysses S. Grant, you can get a whiff of what it’s like to own a tablet. Unfortunately, once you dig in, you’ll find the Fire 7 is more of a toy than the…

The Other Side of the Coin – freeCodeCamp

Like many, my initial reaction to React’s JSX was skeptical, to say the least. And while I’ve come to love JSX, anytime I introduce it to a new developer, I feel like I’m showing off my ugly baby.Try to imagine an ugly baby here. My son is…

Your Bones Live On Without You

A skeleton is a human being in its most naked form. A life stripped down to its essence. As the foundation of our bodies—indeed, of our very being—skeletons provoke equal measures of fascination and terror.More From Our Partners …

To Find Nectar, Bees Follow Blue Halos

A daisy showing the faint blue halo that helps pollinators find their way to nectar. (Credit: Edwige Moyroud) Subtle halos on flowers function as bright blue landing pads for bees. Tiny ridges on flowers, visible only at the nanoscale,…

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