It might have had to bend its legs to stand on a dinner plat

It might have had to bend its legs to stand on a dinner plat

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Manchester University's resident spider man Dr Paul Selden believes he has solved one of the greatest mysteries in palaeontology after becoming one of the first scientists to examine a fossil of the creature since it was unearthed in Argentina more than 20 years ago writes Dwain Eldred.

Megarachne servinei has appeared in the Guinness Book of Records as the 'World's Largest Spider' and plaster casts of the beast are exhibited in museums across the world, but Dr Selden is in no doubt that it is not a spider.

"As soon as I saw it I knew it wasn't a spider, but an ancient aquatic creature called a sea scorpion" says Dr Selden.


vise o tome na http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/template.cfm?name=Megarachne



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