See, Spiders do have a heart

A tarantula’s small beating heart has been imaged for the first time and revealed in real time with the help of a specialized MRI. Edinburgh University researchers used scanners built for medical research on rodents at the Glasgow Experimental MRI Centre to see into the living arachnid’s gut as well.

Check it out here: First-Ever MRI of a Tarantula’s Beating Heart

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