cave mother

by theuglyearring

“entomologists suggests that mother amblypygids communicate with their young by caressing the offspring with her anteniform front legs. Further, in an experiment where two or more siblings were placed in an unfamiliar environment, such as a cage, they would seek each other out.”

(more spider love: here)

(a tailless whip scorpion he found during a sunday hike)

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