Spider Behaviour

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Colonies can number in the thousands of individuals and they will work together to incapacitate prey trapped in their webs and share the harvest with each other.

There are some ingenious ways spiders use to capture prey. For instance, the ogre-faced spider weaves a net between its front legs and then dangles above places where prey are likely to pass through.

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By using its web like a net, it scoops up hapless prey. Bolas spiders use a long line of silk ended with a spot of sticky glue a bolas , swinging it at nearby moths to catch them, much like a fishing line. There are over species of spiders that mimic ants by having evolved similar appearances and even similar pheremones. Most do it to evade predators, but a few do it to help them prey on ants.

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