How Long Do House Spiders Live for?

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Many spiders may only live for about a year, but a number will live two years or more, overwintering in sheltered areas.
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Most spiders will live for one to two years. However, amongst the 35,000 species of spider, there are many that live much longer. For instance, there are records of a tarantula living for over 30 years.
Most spiders, including those you are likely to find in your house, will live for one to two years. However, amongst the 35,000 species of spiders, there are many that live much longer, for instance, there are records of a tarantula living for over 30 years. Spiders lay between one and a thousand eggs per batch, depending on species.
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