Spider Adaptations?

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The adaptation of a spider include both behavior adaptations and structural adaptations. Spider adaptations include spinning webs that are sticky to trap insects for food, producing venom so that insects are paralyzed, and the ability to move fast. Venom also breaks down the insects insides so the spider can drink it.
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Spider
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Arachnida Order: Araneae
The body of a spider consists of two easily recognizable parts. A prosoma or cephalothorax (composed of the fused head and thorax) and the abdomen (the rear body). A narrow waist (pedicel) connects both parts. The upper side of the... More »
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