Anatomy of Spiders
Fact about how spiders eat
The internal anatomy of spiders is a vital factor in their success as a family. Buzzle explains more...
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Tarantulas Habitat
Tarantulas are found across the world, and are abundant in all six populated continents. Read on to find out more about the characteristics of their habitats, and how it affects them.
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Black Widow Spider Facts
Black Widow spider fact
Black widow spiders' webs are made of superior silk threads, as compared to the webs of other spiders, which is the reason for the use of this silk thread to make body armor and high-tech athletic clothing. Do you want to know more...
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Mexican Redknee Tarantula Care
It is very necessary to have basic knowledge about Mexican Red knee tarantula care if someone is considering to make this spider a pet. Know how to take care of a Mexican Redknee tarantula...
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Black Spider with White Spot on Back
A black spider with a white spot on its back, legs, abdomen, etc., seems to be a little different or unusual in comparison to spiders we usually encounter. This Buzzle post lists out these very peculiar-looking spiders.
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How to Kill Spiders
Looking for information on how to kill spiders at home? This article helps with some effective ways for getting rid of those pestering spider webs from the corners and ceilings of the house.
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Yellow and Black Spider
Yellow and black spiders are common garden pests. This article provides some more facts about these creatures.
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Most Poisonous Spider
The world's most poisonous spider has the ability to kill a human being with a single bite. Avoiding these spiders is not always possible, but one must always take some precautions. The most important thing is to get treatment...
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How to Get Rid of Spiders
Spiders can be quite a nuisance in the house, and the presence of their webs in cabinets and different corners of the house can be quite irksome. This article dwells on some different ways of getting rid of spiders naturally...
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Cobalt Blue Tarantula
If you are one of those rare individuals who are fond of arachnids, you might be interested in reading about the cobalt blue tarantula which is quite a hit among the weird pet owners' circuit.
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Facts about the Chilean Rose Tarantula
The most popular among the different types of pet spiders, Chilean rose tarantulas are named after their hair color. Go through this Buzzle article for some information about this exotic pet.
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Are Daddy Longlegs Poisonous?
It is a common belief that daddy longlegs are venomous. But, did you know that these are three kinds of creatures under different orders of kingdom Animalia? This article will shatter all the myths and help you know more about this...
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Tarantula Care Guide
For those who are toying with the idea of acquiring a tarantula as a pet, here is some useful information related to its care. Have a look...
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Tarantulas as Pets
Tarantulas are gaining popularity as pets these days. Their easy and inexpensive maintenance qualities have caused them to rise on the most favorable exotic pet list. This article dwells on how to care for a tarantula...
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Tarantula Care and Feeding
If you are planning to have a tarantula as a pet, you should be well informed about them. These pets need a little more specialized care than other house-pets. This article will tell you more about the particular needs of...
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Garden Spider
There is a very vast variety in the species of spiders that inhabit the earth. This article provides more information about yellow garden spiders.
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Camel Spiders
A camel spider is not a spider at all. It actually belongs to the class Arachnida, and is a solifugae. This article provides some more facts about this creature.
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Identifying Spiders
Fact about spiders
Other than the 40,000 odd spiders on the planet, there exist thousands of arachnids which are often confused for spiders either due to their appearance or their name. In such circumstances, being well-versed with the unique...
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Wolf Spider Facts
Facts about wolf spiders' eyes
We tend to associate spiders with their ability to build a web to catch prey, but there exists an entire family of spiders which does not resort to this technique. As you go through some interesting wolf spider facts, you will get...
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Cobwebs Vs. Spider Webs
Fact about spider silk
The tensile strength of dragline spider silk is almost equal to high-grade steel. In terms of toughness, it is comparable to synthetic fibers like nylon. Therefore, it is not surprising that spider silk finds varied applications...
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The World's Most Poisonous Spiders
Most poisonous spiders
Almost all spiders possess venom, but only few are capable of causing harm to humans. Most of the spiders use their venom to paralyze the prey when hunting, while a few species use it against their predators for the purpose of self...
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Black Widow Spiders
Female black widow spider name fact
The black widow spider, which is considered the most venomous spider in North America, is a unique and interesting creature.
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Largest Spider in the World
The largest spiders in the world
This title is shared by two spider species - the Goliath birdeater, which is the largest spider by body mass, and the giant huntsman, which is the largest spider by leg span.
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Wolf Spider Vs. Brown Recluse Spider
Traits of wolf spiders
Wolf spiders and brown recluse spiders are both commonly found in the U.S., and are often confused for each other.
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Hobo Spider Identification Tips
Tip to identify a Hobo Spider
Hobo spider is a lesser known species of venomous spiders whose bite can cause serious dermatological wounds to humans.
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Woodlouse Spider
Woodlouse spiders are some of the most common arachnids found in America. Read on to know more about this gardener's friend.
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Daddy Long-legs Spider Facts
Daddy long-legs spiders are characterized by exceptionally long legs, in proportion to their tiny bodies. They are among the most widely found spiders in any household. Know some more daddy long-legs spider facts with this article.
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What do Spiders Eat?
Wondering what spiders eat? These eight legged creatures spin a sticky web to catch their prey. The following article will cover some interesting facts about a spider's diet.
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Violin Spider
Though the violin spider gets its name from the violin-shaped mark on its body, this trait is seldom used for the identification of this species. That probably has something to do with the fact that quite a few other spiders sport...
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Water Spider
Water spider or Argyroneta aquatica is a spider species that spends its life underwater. This spider builds an underwater web structure and fills it with air bubbles to make a diving bell, where it lives, molts, mates, and brings...
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Facts about Sea Spiders
Fact about eating habits of sea spiders
Sea spiders are marine arthropods belonging to the class 'Pycnogonida' and phylum 'Arthropoda'. This Buzzle post furnishes some interesting facts about these marine creatures.
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Tarantula Facts for Kids
A tarantula's first reflex to a perceived threat is to run away, and second is to spray the threatening object/ creature with hair from its abdomen! Most live in burrows in the ground, and are nocturnal. Here are some more...
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Banana Spiders
Fact about banana spider's web
Banana spiders are quite fascinating creatures, especially known for spinning impressive webs. This Buzzle article lists some interesting facts about these arachnids.
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20 Species of Spiders Found in Georgia
Species of spiders found in Georgia
Spiders are omnipresent, and this is because of their unusual ability to transport themselves by just releasing a strand of silk and letting the wind just carry them. This Buzzle write-up gives information about a few of the...
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Information about Long-legged Sac Spiders
Fact about long-legged sac spiders
Long-legged sac spiders are fascinating creatures that can be seen mostly indoors and are a concern mainly because of their bites. So, are they poisonous? Find out here in this Buzzle write-up that brings you more information and...
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How to Choose a Pet Tarantula
The Theraphosidae family brings you the most astounding and large tarantula arachnids found on the planet. Their spectacular body structure and variety in colors are the reason they are becoming the most sought after pets. The...
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Brazilian Wandering Spider
The Brazilian wandering spider is an aggressive and venomous species that thrives in rainforests. Recorded as the world's deadliest spider, one should get familiarized with some facts about it to avoid accidental bites.
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Button Spider
Of the numerous spider species found in Africa, button spiders are perhaps the most easily identifiable; courtesy, the red hourglass marking on their stomach. Considering that they are potentially harmful to humans, being aware of...
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Cane Spider
The cane spider, also known as the brown huntsman spider, is a large, tropical species of spiders. Read on to know more about this fascinating arachnid...
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Types of Spiders
The information about different types of spiders is provided in the form of tables in this article.
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Fiddleback Spider
Fiddleback spiders are nocturnal and poisonous that can rarely cause a fatal bite. The following article will cover some information that will enlighten you regarding these eight-legged creatures.
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Are Tarantulas Poisonous?
People refrain from handling tarantulas due to fear of being poisoned. They wonder how to care for a tarantula and how to bring it home as a pet if it's poisonous. However, are tarantulas poisonous? Read more to find out...
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Goliath Birdeater Tarantula
The goliath birdeater tarantula, the largest tarantula ever recorded, can eat a fully-grown mouse. This article provides more information.
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Information on Hobo Spiders
This article will tell you about the Hobo Spiders, and also the first aid that is required for their bite.
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Things You should Know about Brown Recluse Spiders
The brown recluse spider is a venomous yet non-dangerous species of spider. This article provides some facts about this arachnid.
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