In these beautiful images, photographer Christopher Marley finds the each of his snakes, birds, or spiders its perfect counterpoint. The post Amazing Photos Reveal How the Natural World Copies Itself appeared first on WIRED.
The Indian industry stalled due to poor content but, despite its minor market share, Hollywood revenues were powered by franchise titles such as 'Amazing Spider Man 2.' read more
(Video Link) The Diving Bell Spider (Argyroneta aquatica) is the only spider species that lives its entire life underwater. It accomplishes this amazing feet by maintaining subsurface air bubbles. The spider's body is covered with tiny hairs. Show More Summary
Most peoples knowledge of spider silk is limited to that moment when you accidentally walk right into a spiderweb and flip out trying to wipe that sticky, invisible mess off your face. But it actually has some pretty incredible properties that researchers are trying to capture in order to build a better world, from superglues to medical implants. Show More Summary
It seems that some people in this world really have spider genes. Otherwise, what could explain this guy's ability to run up the walls?
Spiders Are Amazing by Barrett Biggers Most spiders surround themselves with webloads of food and a collection of hollow carcasses, but there's one spider who has chosen to use his arachnid abilities for good rather than food. He's your...Show More Summary
"Spider silk is famous for its amazing toughness, and until recently a tensile strength of 1.3 gigapascals (GPa) was enough to earn it the title of strongest natural material. However, researchers report online today in the Journal of...Show More Summary
Photos of amazing animals that have outgrown all the required norms nature. Coconut Crab Centipede that lives in the Amazon jungle Rabbits Flandres Medusa, reaching 2 meters in diameter Japanese spider crab Flying Fox Pig from China, which weighs a ton Crocodile gross length is 5.5 meters Great Dane named George This bull reaches 2 […]
Alfa Romeo gets ready for winter to be over with the 4C Spider. The drop top retains the coupe’s 237hp 1.8L engine, six-speed DCT, lightweight carbon fiber monocoque chassis, and amazingly tight manual steering.
Ah, yes… the sun warms your face, the wind whips through your hair, and directly behind you, there sits about 650 charging PS (641 horsepower) from a twin-turbo V-8. Sounds like a pretty amazing combination, doesn’t it? Carlos Lago, host of Motor Trend: Ignition, certainly thinks so. Show More Summary
The final "Spider-Verse" battle begins in "Amazing Spider-Man" #13 by Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli, on sale Jan. 21 from Marvel Comics.
Sneaking a creeper shot during a celebrity encounter is a task best left for the boldest among us. Someone dining near The Amazing Spider Man costars and real-life couple Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield at Lure Fishbar in New York City...Show More Summary
If everything before this was a skirmish, the Spiders are in big trouble in Marvel's "Amazing Spider-Man" #12 by Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli.
Chara from Athens, Greece operates an amazing Etsy store full of hand-embroidered notebooks featuring anatomical, natural and historical themes: the circulatory system, the heart, a spider, Leonardo da Vinci's Apostle James, blood circulation of the head and many more. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest
We can all agree spiders are--for the most part--scary. But Dutch artist Anouk Wipprecht found inspiration in the creepy crawlies and utlized their structure in an amazing 3D-printed robotic dress. Wipprecht's creation is more than a dress, though, it's a total defense system. Yes, this ensemble is awesome, but this is one spider dress you don't want to mess with.
Talk about spidey senses! Inspired by slit-like organs in the wandering spider's leg joints, scientists have built a super-sensitive device that can detect sounds and subtle mechanical vibrations.
French photographer Bertrand Kulik captured these amazing images of a tiny spider spinning a web that seemingly repairs a hole in a leaf, thus making the leaf whole once again. photos by Bertrand Kulik via Colossal
The winners of the Society of Biology's third annual photography contest include amazing images of a haunting leopard, an otherworldly spider, and Yellowstone National Park's Grand Prismatic Spring. The post The Best Biology Photos of the Year appeared first on WIRED.
Months after making a splash with her debut in the pages of 'Amazing Spider-Man' - the product of the Eureka idea of having a second person bitten by comics' most famous radioactive spider - Silk, aka Cindy Moon, will be the subject of a new series, the Daily News has learned.
A European garden spider recently stumbled upon a rather amazing solution to a serious problem. It wanted to weave its web across the top of a garage, but the angle of the roof was too shallow for anchoring. So it did what any industrious spider would do — it suspended a rock to anchor the bottom of the web. Read more...