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- another term for sun spider
- ‘Every night we find a bigger camel spider and the Marines gather around and say ‘Wow, that's the biggest one I've ever seen‘.’
- ‘They were impressed by the camel spider and promised to bring me some critters tomorrow.’
- ‘Also on his page are pictures of a large tenebrionid beetle and a camel spider.’
- ‘She picked up the towel to find a huge camel spider sheltering underneath.’
- ‘Just how big are the camel spiders?’
- ‘I researched camel spiders and discovered that they're not just spiders, they're kind of a half spider/half scorpion creature.’
- ‘Deadly hand-sized camel spiders were common.’
- ‘The pictures of the scorpions, spiders and camel spiders are great.’
- ‘Here's the lowdown on camel spiders, which aren't spiders at all.’
- ‘The list of prohibited pets includes grasshoppers, lizards, and camel spiders.’
- ‘There was the local wildlife, including notorious camel spiders, which have a nasty bite and a habit of crawling into discarded boots or trousers where they lay in wait for the unwary.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.