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Like most people, I was the type that always hated spiders. Recently, I have been fascinated with different types of jumping spiders. I was in the woods today and went to a tree that had loose bark that I previously found a jumping spider in. In it, I found a popped egg sac. After close inspection and dissection, I noticed that there were still a few eggs in it. I took the eggs and put them in a small container lined with paper towels and cotton balls. Could these eggs just be unfertilized or do I have a chance?

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