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CT Scan Of A Prehistoric Spider
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CT Scan Of A Prehistoric Spider
The Berlin Natural History Museum has managed to identify a spider that got trapped in amber over 49 million years ago, thanks to a little help from X-ray computed tomography (CT).

These scans were conducted by David Penny and his team at University of Manchester.

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