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Ant-mimic jumping spider (Peckhamia americana) at the Dallas Zoo. This species of spider mimics ants in order to get protection by looking like an acrobat ant (Crematogaster).

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A rabid wolf spider (Lycosa rabida) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A Pink zebra beauty tarantula (Eupalaestrus campestratus) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A rabid wolf spider (Lycosa rabida) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A rabid wolf spider (Lycosa rabida) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A zebra paper wasp (Polistes exclamans) at the Dallas Zoo.

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Zebra paper wasps (Polistes exclamans) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A wheel bug, a type of assassin bug, (Arilus cristatus) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A wheel bug, a type of assassin bug, (Arilus cristatus) at the Dallas Zoo.

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Workers of the eastern subterranean termites (Reticulitermes flavipes) at the Dallas Zoo.

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Two chocolate-banded snails (Eobania vermiculata) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A chocolate-banded snail (Eobania vermiculata) at the Dallas Zoo.

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Blue-margined ground beetle (Pasimachus marginatus) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A Rainbow scarab (Phanaeus difformis), a type of North American dung beetle at the Dallas Zoo.

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Haldeman’s iron clad beetles (Zopherus nodulosus haldemani) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A Rainbow scarab (Phanaeus difformis), a type of North American dung beetle, at the Dallas Zoo.

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A Texas giant walking stick (Megaphasma dentricus) at the Dallas Zoo.

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A Texas giant walking stick (Megaphasma dentricus) at the Dallas Zoo.

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Mating Texas giant walking sticks (Megaphasma dentricus) at the Dallas Zoo. The male is the smaller one of the two.

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Texas giant walking sticks (Megaphasma dentricus) mating with eggs behind, at the Dallas Zoo.

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A Texas giant walking stick (Megaphasma dentricus) at the Dallas Zoo.

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Lettered olive shells (Oliva sayana sayana) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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A painted tunicate (Clavelina picta) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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A painted tunicate (Clavelina picta) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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Lettered olive shells (Oliva sayana sayana) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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Moon snails (Neverita duplicata) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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A common octopus (Octopus vulgaris) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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A common octopus (Octopus vulgaris) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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Florida horse conch (Triplofusus giganteus) at the Columbus Zoo.

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Florida horse conch (Triplofusus giganteus) at the Columbus Zoo.

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Channeled turban snail (Turbo canaliculatus) at the Columbus Zoo.

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Channeled turban snail (Turbo canaliculatus) at the Columbus Zoo.

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Bat stars (Asterina miniata) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.

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A bat star (Asterina miniata) and a California spot prawn (Pandalus platyceros) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.

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Purple sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.

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