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Giant Antarctic sea spiders' reproductive mystery solved after 140 years of confusion

Summary by Ground News
The reproduction of giant sea spiders in Antarctica has been a puzzle for over a century. Many sea spider species carry their eggs around until they hatch, in a behavior biologists call brooding. One parent, likely the father, spent two days attaching the eggs to the rocky bottom of the tank. There, the eggs developed for several months before hatching as tiny larvae.

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