Spider survives trip to outer space but not Washington

The vacuum of space was a minor inconvenience, but the poisonous atmosphere in Washington, D.C., proved too much for the world’s first “spidernaut.” After just four days at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, “Nefertiti,” a Johnson jumping spider, was found dead in its enclosure. But as the Daily Camera notes, the spider’s passing [...]
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