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An enormous, new, leggy arachnid with a leg span just over 13 inches (33 centimeters) has been found lurking in the caves of the Southeast Asian nation of Laos.              The creature is a type of harvestmen, a group of arachnids colloquially called "daddy longlegs" and frequently mistaken for spiders. (The two animals are related, as both are types of arachnids.)

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An enormous, new, leggy arachnid with a leg span is just over 13 inches (33 centimeters) has been found lurking in the caves of the Southeast Asian nation of Laos. The creature is a type of harvestmen, a group of arachnids colloquially called "daddy longlegs" and frequently mistaken for spiders. (The two animals are related, as both are types of arachnids.)

Prehistoric hunter - cave painting reproduction by Roxana González, via Dreamstime

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