We have already had our first snow of the year. The day it snowed, the low was only 36°F. If the temperature is above freezing, why did the precipitation not fall as rain?
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This is my pet spider Matilda, and her molted exoskeletons, so you can see how much she grows with each molt. For scale, each plastic dish is 3.5 inches (8.89 cm) across. Without looking it up, how large do you think this spider (Lasiodora parahybana) can get?