Study: A spider's role is governed by its personality

06/17/2014 | National Geographic News (free registration)

A spider's personality plays an important role in what the creature does within its colony, researchers say. Scientists studied female Anelosimus studiosus, a tangle web spider in the Americas, and found that those with aggressive personalities defended the colony, captured prey and built webs while docile ones took care of the babies.

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