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It breathes underwater!
It is one of the rare spiders to breathe underwater. The species Dolomedes fimbriatus, also known as marsh dolomede spider, is an insect that has the ability to evolve in an aquatic environment. It floats on the surface of the water and can dive if it feels threatened. Once underwater, water-repellent hairs located at the end of its legs allow it to move with great agility. Photo credit: Lloyd Davies
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