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Adding to Australia's arachnid count: 56 new species discovered

The Age Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Researchers have discovered dozens of new species of arachnids living underground in the country's north. And they're called “whip-sprickets”. Yes, you heard that correctly. Whip-sprickets.
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