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If spiders cant chew how do they eat

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when they bite a insect that caught in their web. they inject something that turns the insects insides to liquid ..so they have a insect smoothie :p
pretty much that's it.:)

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MMMM, insect smoothies. My favorite.
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now I wish I were a spider!!!...;-)
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lol
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they suck

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Great. That's what I was going to say. Now I have to think of another smartass answer.
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sure you will find one. ah, you did!
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They puke on their food before they eat it like flies.
Terrible manners. That's why spiders and flies never get invited to dinner.

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LOL@terrible manners :-)
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The fangs also act as straws sucking the liquified insides of their prey up. Seriously.

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Their venom or position liquefies the internals of its prey and it drinks it

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Of course your answer is right but I prefer the term "sucks".
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What does that mean the same applies to most snakes as well
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Yes it does mean the same. That was an attempt at sophomoric humor.
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Oh I retread it I misinterpreted
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Reread*
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They're venom paralyzed the prey and then they suck the fluids from the prey leaving it all shriveled up.

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they suck

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