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Bird-Eating Spiders

Bird-Eating Spiders - Flying into the web of a giant Golden Orb Weaver spider and becoming stuck in it spelled the end for this native Australian finch.

Spider Web Trees in Sindh, Pakistan    floodwaters forced the spiders to make their webs in trees, which dramatically reduced the incidence of mosquito-born illness!

Millions of arachnids escape rising floodwaters. Trees cocooned in spiders webs after flooding in Pakistan, 'An unexpected side-effect of the flooding was that millions of spiders climbed up into the trees to escape the rising flood waters.

Chlamydosaurus kingii

Photograph by Anders Zimny, My Shot A frilled lizard in its defense posture during a 2010 field trip to Cape York, Australia - Looks like the lizards that attacked Dennis in JURASSIC Park.

This giant communal spider web was photographed in Texas and measured over one hundred and eight meters in length (more info). Entomologists think that it may be the results of socialization, with spiders deliberately building webs in unison that merge in to one giant net (for elephants possibly?). However, scientists have no real idea whether the spiders are working in a “Borg” like way or it is simply accidental.

This photograph was taken in August of 2007 at Lake Tawakoni State Park in Texas. This communal spider web reached 200 yards. This was created during a two week period by different species of spiders working together.

I really want to try to make my own self sufficient ecosystem! This is awesome!

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Heteroscodra maculata

Heteroscodra maculata (aggresive climbing spider, OW spider, temperature at least 25 degrees celsius, decent to lower moisture

Dewy spider web on a clematis by Ron Pradetto

by Ron Pradetto - Dewy spider web on a clematis vine. This photo was taken on an early morning while the heavy dew was still present. This web covered most of the vine.

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They deserve better pay from us in the ways of preservation their species!

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Blood falls?

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