Monday News Roundup: Bowie Spiders, Masshole Sharks, and Killer Ladybugs

By Melissa Lafsky | September 8, 2009 2:36 pm

Yee-haw! It’s the blog roundup. • It’s arachna-Bowie! A rare, hairy, and yellow spider has been named after the master of Ziggy Stardust himself. It’s new title: Heteropoda davidbowie.

• Today’s flabbergast: If Fruit Loops are a healthy food, our derriere is a color television set.

• Swimmers of Amity Island, beware—great white sharks have been tagged up in New England (hear that, Robert Shaw?).

• It was only a matter of time: Porn hits Twitter.

• Meanwhile, Boulder, CO is being taken over by ladybugs.

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