The spider of the Araneida family, which has more than 46,700 species of spiders, which differs from insects, is classified as having eight legs and not six and its body is divided into two parts, not three, and silk is developed in a high degree between spiders, the behavior of spiders and its external appearance varies, and all spiders are classified as Predatory feeding on other arthropods, especially insects, many spiders have the ability to hunt and overcome their prey and usually have a developed sense of touch and sight, while others have the ability to inject poison into their prey to kill them quickly while others use silk scrolls to paralyze the escape Despair.

Spiders move

Spiders travel in multiple ways, small lupus spiders run fast enough to catch their victims, there is no need for them to sew nets, and crab spiders travel as perverted as the sultans go, and they can change their color to suit their hideouts, and small insects lie inside the flowers or between the leaves, and for black and white spiders Sight is better than the sight of the vast majority of spiders, which stalking insects stealthily, crawling on the trunks of trees and ancient walls, as the cat does with the mouse and then fix on it, but before the jump these spiders deliberately extend a life line of silk that connects one of the ends of the tree bark or the wall until it is a If I missed the target and fell, I managed to return and survive, climbing this thread.

  • All spiders are poisonous except for one family which is the Uloboridae family that does not have any poisonous glands, where spiders use poison to subdue their prey, and the glands that carry the poison are located near the tusks. On the prey shell.
  • All spiders produce silk and can do so throughout their life cycle, because they use silk for a variety of purposes, such as picking prey, to protect children, and to help them move, shelter and breed.

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