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Spiny back orb-weaver spider. This spider (Gasteracantha arcuata) grows a pair of extremely long, curving spines from its abdomen. It is thought the long spines evolved as a deterrent against predators or to mimic spines and thorns.
Picture: Nicky Bay / Science Photo Library / Rex Features

Spiny back orb-weaver spider. This spider (Gasteracantha arcuata) grows a pair of extremely long, curving spines from its abdomen. It is thought the long spines evolved as a deterrent against predators or to mimic spines and thorns.

Picture: Nicky Bay / Science Photo Library / Rex Features

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