* SPIDER * | Animals For Kids | All Things Animal TV


Spiders. Deep in the forest. You might just
come across a creepy crawly Spider. Spiders can be found all over the world. From
Timbuktu to Uluru. Clever spiders can make silk. Which they use
to spin elaborate spider webs. Spider webs are great for catching a spider’s dinner.
Blowing gently in the wind, unsuspecting flies get caught in the spider webs. The spider
then wraps the fly or other prey up with silk.That way the spider can eat the prey later. Some
spiders use venom to like a snake, to paralyse there pray. But most spiders are harmless to humans. Did
you know? Spiders are arachnids not insects. Insects have 6 legs, 3 body parts and antennae.
While Spiders have 8 legs, 2 body parts and no antennae. They can have up to 8 eyes too,
but they still don’t have very good eyesight. Daddy long legs have really long legs. And
some spiders are brilliant and white. Spiders can lay unto 1000 eggs. That’s a lot of
babies when they hatch, isn’t it?

43 thoughts on “* SPIDER * | Animals For Kids | All Things Animal TV”

  1. This is so neat to watch. I love the real life video that you caught. Great learning video, for adults and kids!

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  3. Not all spiders make silk
    The Brazilian wandering spider the most dangerous spider in the world doesn’t and burrowing spiders don’t make webs

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