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Tuesday, October 20, 2009


A spider is an araneae, an order of arachnid. There are many thousand unique kinds of Wanderers. All Spiders have eight pegs. Most Spiders have eight eyes but some have fewer than eight. They don't have ears, they feel the sound vibes with tiny hairs on their legs. Their eubstance have two parts, the head and the abdomen. The abdomen is plump. wanderer Stemma is light blue. Stemma fills up all the empty space in the spider's body, it helps to keep the pegleg stiff so the wanderer can walk. Wanderers breathe, too. As Spiders grow, they molt. That means they shed their old skin and grow a new one. They molt many times before they become adults. Many Wanderers live for only one year but some, like tarantulas can last much longer. Wanderers come in unique sizes. Some are vague and others are smooth, and they come in many unique colors. Wanderers live in many unique kinds of places, water, gardens, houses, and the ground. They live where it is hot and where it is cold. They live where it is wet and where it is dry. Some are toxic and others are not. They all eat worms and some other creatures. Read more about some of our favorite Spiders.

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