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The University of Michigan shut down its library after venomous spiders were found in the basements and remote areas of multiple buildings on campus, numerous sources reported.
The venomous Mediterranean recluse spiders were found in the non-public basement area of Shapiro Library in late January during a routine building check, Kim Broekhuizen, a university spokesperson, said in a Wednesday statement.
The article goes on to state the following:
The library closed Sunday, and was treated for the spiders Monday before reopening Tuesday, according to Fox 8. But Broekhuizen says the closing was a mistake.
Broekhuizen explained, “A misunderstanding of the situation led the library to close for two days. Based on what we all know now, library managers agree that it was a mistake to close the building and they apologize for the inconvenience to the university community.”
— Library Journal (@LibraryJournal) February 24, 2021
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