If spiders cant chew how do they eat
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 :ppretty much that's it.:)
They puke on their food before they eat it like flies. Terrible manners. That's why spiders and flies never get invited to dinner.
The fangs also act as straws sucking the liquified insides of their prey up. Seriously.
Their venom or position liquefies the internals of its prey and it drinks it
They're venom paralyzed the prey and then they suck the fluids from the prey leaving it all shriveled up.