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Arachnid Pictures

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Arachnids include spiders, mites, ticks, harvestmen, chiggers and scorpions. Learn more by viewing these arachnid pictures.

Are There Really Arachnids Living In My Eyelashes?

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There are oodles of arachnids living on your eyelashes, but they're mostly safe. Learn more about the mites that live on your lashes at HowStuffWorks.

10 Biggest Bugs on Earth

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Check out these incredible pictures of massive insects and arachnids. See pictures of insects and arachnids at HowStuffWorks.

What is a spider's silk made of?

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What is a spider's silk made of? Spider's silk is made up of chains of amino acids. Learn more about spider silk and spiders.

How long can scorpions live without food or water?

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Scorpion food consists of protein sources like insects and other scorpions, but they don't eat very often. Read about scorpion food and when they eat.

What's the world's deadliest spider?

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The deadliest spider is hard to pin down because poisonous spiders have varied effects on their victims. Read about contenders for the deadliest spider.

How Chiggers Work

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Chiggers are tiny bugs that are known for delivering bites that itch intensely. Find out how chiggers work and learn about the chigger reproduction cycle.

What the Stuff?!: 5 Amazing, Beautiful, Not-That-Terrifying Spiders

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Most spiders are less dangerous to us than we are to them. Still, lots of people find them creepy. But arachnids are awesome! Here are a few of our favorites.

Why do we study bugs?

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There are many reasons why we study bugs, from protecting crops to preventing the spread of disease. Learn more about why we study bugs at HowStuffWorks.

How Ticks Work

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Ticks are parasites that feed on the blood of their hosts, and are known for carrying diseases. Learn about ticks and find out how to remove ticks.

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