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Spiders have been listening in on us this whole time

Gone are the days when you can gossip freely about your friends in the arachnid world. They don't have ears and were thought to mostly interpret the world around them through sight and touch, but scientists have now discovered that spiders possess the ability to hear over relatively long distances, a sense that appears finely tuned to recognizing the sounds of incoming enemies.
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