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Far more people die each year from ______ than from spider bites.
being trampled by elephants
bee and wasp stings
A spider's body has
1 main part.
2 main parts.
3 main parts.
A spider's sharp fangs contain
Some tarantulas get as big as
The special way young spiders have of traveling through the air is called
One poisonous spider you should watch out for is the
In most spider species it is easy to tell the female from the male because
the female is much larger.
the male is much larger.
the males have tiny horns.
Which of these will you NOT find on a spider?
Not all spiders make webs, but all spiders
What is probably the most unusual place that spiders are known to spin webs?
The hard skin on the outside of a spider's body is actually
made of wood.
Navajo legend says people first learned to weave from
a spider woman.
the Greek goddess Athena.
A baby spider is called
Female tarantulas can live 20 years, but most spiders live
less than 1 year.
Spiders, scorpions, mites, and daddy longlegs belong to the class called
What are the 2 basic types of spiders?
Arachnids and arthropods
Biters and stingers
Wandering spiders and web-builders
An orb weaver spins a web shaped like
How are some spiders able to climb up the slippery leaves and branches on trees?
They have glue on the bottoms of their feet.
They have tiny toes that can grip things.
They have sticky hair on the bottoms of their feet.
Newly hatched spiders sometimes work together to build a web. This web is called
a nursery web.
a kindergarten web.
a daycare web.
Mother spiders spin a thick ball of silk around their eggs. This ball is called
an egg sac.
an egg ball.
a silk purse.
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