What Is the Life Cycle of a Spider?

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The life cycle of a spider begins when a spider hatches from the eggs. Once hatched the baby spider will be able to spin its own web and capture its own food and this will come naturally. As it grows it will periodically shed its own skeleton and thus become an adult.
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The life cycle of a spider consists of three stages. The first stage is the embryonic stage, the next stage is the larval stage and the final stage is the nympho-imaginal stage. You can find more information here: http://www.biology-blog.com/blogs/permalinks/9-2006/the-spider-life-cycle.html
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