A sneak attack
It turns out a tarantula's bite isn't all pet owners need to worry about. Early in 2009, an English man was attacked by his pet spider, though not in the manner you might think. Instead of biting its owner, the tarantula rubbed its hind legs against its abdomen, releasing a mist of hairs that lodged into the man's eye. Doctors could only locate the projections with a high-magnification lens, prompting a medical journal to later suggest owners should wear eye protection when handling pet spiders.
China has held its first classroom lecture from its orbiting space station as part of efforts to appeal to young people.
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