There are 40,000 species of spiders When a female is ready to mate, she sends a chemical substance called pheromones to attract a mate. By: Sarah Baby spiders are called spiderlings.
Spiders and Spider Poison Black Widow spiders don't really eat their mates. A poisonous spider bite is not deadly if it's treated properly Only 30 types of spiders produce venom By: Ben
The biggest spider is the Goliath Tarantula. Tarantulas can live 30 years. Tarantulas are the biggest breed of spiders. Tarantulas By: Brant
Daddy Long Legs Daddy Long Legs are NOT spiders They are opilionids and spiders are arachnids Daddy Long Legs are close relatives of the spider. They even have poison glands! But don't worry. It doesn't hurt us. by: Amanda
Spiders and Insects By Dakota Spiders aren’t insects they are arachnids. Spiders aren’t insects because they have 8 legs and 2 body segments. Insects have 6 legs and 3 body segments.
Did you know that wolf spiders don’t make webs! Instead of a web they chase their prey, and run it down. Just like wolves do! Wolf Spiders Did you know that wolf spiders are non-aggressive! Just don’t try to pick one up! Wolf spiders ( if provoked ) will bite. Wolf spiders should be considered dangerous to humans. By: Paige
Web Weaving Spiders By: Devin Web weaving spiders use their webs to catch their prey. Web weavers do not keep the same web their whole life.
Spiders’ Diet Spiders are carnivores (animals that eat meat). They usually feed on insects, fish, small animals, and even their own species. Most spiders catch their food with webs. Some spiders hide in holes and jump out to bite the animal to put poison in them to kill them. By: Jing
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