Curiosity prompts to look into the world of spiders. Modern life, as we know, would never be possible without their engineering experience. No doubt, these are charming little creatures!
Facts about spiders
Spiders, along with other insects and crustaceans, belong to the arthropod. Pajshaped divide this class with ticks and scorpions. Arachnids-as they are called, because a long time ago a little girl named Arachne defeated the Greek goddess Athena in the weaving competition. As a revenge, Athena turned her into a spider.
Each spider makes silk threads
Each spider makes silk, but not all spiders make a web. Those who make the web use tiny claws to walk without sticking.
Spiders are used for:
If the spiders depart from the nest, they will leave the silk thread, and if they feel danger, they use the thread to return.
Tiny filters in the back of their body produce liquid silk. When he comes into contact with the air, he hardens. Interestingly, some silk is sticky, while others are not.
Small spiders also weave silk, and some use it to create a “balloon”. They climb high enough to catch the wind, and silk weaving takes them to another place.
Some spiders are quite sociable and even “cooperate”, create cities from the web. They will connect individual networks that they make to one large network, sometimes large enough to cover the tree!