The Loh Down On Science for February 23, 2017

Jumping spiders are great listeners! @Harvard @Cornell #spiders #audiophile #neuroethology #entomology
This jumping spider can hear sounds from several yards away - even without eardrums!

G. Menda, Hoy Lab at Cornell

Coming Up: Left or Right?

When doctors can't tell left from right. #QueensUniversity #neurology #doctors #cognitivescience

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