by: Jamarion scott

Appearance Of Black Widow

  • Black widows are identified by red hourglass marking on the underside of their abdomens. Black widows are shiny black in color. Most black widow spider's bodies are 3 to 10 mm in size. Females are larger than males and can measure 13 mm in body length
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The Tarantula

Tarantulas are the largest known arachnids. On average, they measure 7 to 10 cm in length. However, they are capable of exceeding 30 cm. Tarantulas occur in a variety of colors, sizes and habitats. Many are black or brown in color and have hairy bodies. Tarantula species are distinguishable from other spiders by the dense body hair. Several species also bear distinct stripes along their legs.

Tarantula.national geographic.2014.national geographic.com

Black widow spider.national geographic.2012.national geographic.com

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Spiders Habitat

Spiders mostly live were they want to be aslong as it's not to hot nor to cold.

Many spiders dont find shelter because they build them instead because its a better environment for them.

Many spiders do not migrate because they move imediatly for warmpt or coldness.

All spiders live in trees or plants cause they can make webs for their family.


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Life Cycle

Spiders give off a very powerful type of chemical when they are ready to mate The males go in search of the males in order to be able to mate with them they are able to tell not only if the female is ready to mate but if she is of the same species by the chemicals she gives off.

Life cycle.spiderworlds.2012.spiderworlds.org

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The Spiders Eating Habits

How do they eat? They use the venom they inject into prey to help deteriorate it. Then they are able to suck the flesh and the tissues out of it and use that for food. It causes the prey to start to liquefy from the inside out. They will leave the outer shell of their prey behind. This is often going to be a food source for other types of living things out there.

Eatinhabits.SpiderInformation.2014.Spider information.org

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Spiders (Discovery Channel)