Dew On Spiders Web

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Dew On Spiders Web
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Description: Spiders are arthropods with eight legs and un-segmented abdomens. They build nets, webs, and/or egg sacs out of a strong fine thread called silk. Spiders have used their silk tools for millions of years to make a living as predators, eating mostly insects. Most are secretive and nocturnal to avoid their predators such as wasps and birds.

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