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Three thousand meters below the ocean's surface, a remotely operated vehicle has captured never-before seen images of deep-sea spiders feeding in their natural habitat. These sluggish, long-legged spiders, which occupy a distinct class of arthropods from land spiders, survive on sea anemones in a submarine canyon off the Central California coast.
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