STUDY EXPLAINS WHY BLACK WIDOW SPIDERS ARE MOVING FARTHER NORTH THAN BEFORE

Recently published research suggests that black widow spiders are moving to areas that are located even farther north than before due to the effects of climate change forcing them to look for more ideal temperatures. In a study that was published earlier this week in the journal PLOS One, a team of researchers noted that there has been an increase in the number of black widow spider sightings in more northern areas over the past five decades. ...

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