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Awww: Microscopic View Of A Developing Spider Embryo

This is a microscopic view of a developing house spider embryo, taken by researchers at Göttingen University in Germany while studying the development of eyes in spiders. I'm glad I haven't developed spider eyes. As you can see with your human eyes, it looks kinda like a baby Cthulhu. That's not so scary now, is it? Oh man, two days ago I was making my bed and I found a spider crawling UNDER THE COVERS.
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