Endangered Animals In Hawaii

Hawaiian Arachnids Spider

Arachnids

An Arachnid is a spider that has been endangered for not so long, for about 1-2 years.

Food Chain & Habitat

Food Chain: The Arachnids love to eat plants, mice, fly's, larvas, snails, and more. There stomach can hold a lot so they always have a big hunger for food. There eat a lot, everyday they can't go a day with out eating or else they will end up dying instantly. That's one reason why they are going endangered, not a lot of food out there for a bug spider to keep them food for a couple of hours.


Adaption and Critical Information

The Arachnid Spider has eight legs, if one leg somehow falls off a new one will grow out, but it would take up to 2 months to be fully grown. The legs are not all the same size. The front two are slightly smaller and the back are bigger then the front. Almost all adult arachnids have eight legs, and arachnids may be easily distinguished from insects by this fact, since insects have six legs. The Arachnid spiders are really rare that's why they are becoming to be endangered. However, arachnids also have two further pairs of appendages that have become adapted for feeding, defense, and sensory perception. The spider can run really fast, but hiding skills are bad. They are big spider so its hard to find places to hide without being noticable. Arachnids are mostly carnivorse, feeding on the pre-digested bodies of insects and other small animals. Only in the harvestmen and among mices, such as the house dust mice, is there ingestion of solid food particles, and thus exposure to internal parasites,although it is not unusual for spiders to eat their own silk.
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Endangerment

The Arachnid spider is a really big spider, so it's not easy to find a place to hide their whole body and nothing being seen. Birds fly down and grab them then eat them. Their get stuck in other spider's webs and egg up dying of starvation. They stepped on then quished by walking tourists, larger animals, etc. The Arachnid spider isn't the smartest insect out there. They don't worry or care about their surroundings, they just go as they please. Many ways they have been killed but the more it does the quicker they are gone.

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