The zero is hard to stand or have value by itself! 😉 Welcome back friends from the US, India, Canada, Germany, the UK, Ukraine, and Kenya 😉

Easy to say but hard to do, accepting spiders getting around your home for the sake of cleaning it from any insects. Treating spiders like pets will take forever training or the self.

Spiders eat pests. Spiders feed on common indoor pests, such as roaches, earwigs,mosquitoes, flies and clothes moths. If left alone, spiders will consume most of the insects in your home, providing effective home pest control.

Spiders are not insects, spiders are arachnids. Spiders have four pairs of legs rather than three pairs as Related imageinsects do there are usually two to three claws at the end of each of a spider’s legs. They have two body parts: one part is the head and thorax called “the cephalothorax”. The other part is the abdomen.

Spiders do not have wings or antennae; most spiders have eight small eyes at the front of the cephalothorax. Their eyes are only good at sensing changes in light. In front of the mouth a spider has two Calissa each with a fang on it. Behind and below the mouth is another pair of mount parts called “head Internal organs of a spiderup-helps”. They look like legs but serve as feelers and are used to taste and crush food prey.

The spider uses its fangs to inject poison and digestive juices into its prey the food is then sucked into the spider’s body as a liquid.

Tarantulas feed on insects such as crickets meal worms or cockroaches and small vertebrates such as lizards mice and birds spiders use spinnerets at the tip of their abdomen to make silk threads. One of the most common silk uses is the drag-line as some spiders move from place to place they lay out a thin silk thread behind them.

Just like a mountain climber the spider uses the thread as a safety line it can quickly backtrack on the line to get to safety many female spiders will spin a thick protective cocoon or egg sack for their developing eggs and spiderlings spiders use their silk to make many types of webs to trap prey.

Until we chat again, stay cool with our topics, and our hugs and kisses ❤











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