Milk production has been erroneously attributed to mammals only. A recent study turned this idea on its head when scientists discovered jumping spiders that produce milk and care for its young. Spiders belong to the invertebrate side of the animal kingdom, which means they don’t have skeletons. Invertebrates are also thought to be simple creatures […]
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