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All spiders have 8 legs. They arthropods which are invertebrate insects having an exoskeleton (external skeleton) , a segmented body, and jointed appendages.
Spiders spin webs that they use to catch food in. They have glands that make silk.The silk that they make is stronger than steel and as yet science has yet replicate anything similar.
They are the largest order of Arachnids and are 7th in the world when it comes to diversity among their populations.
Antarctica is the only continent in the world where you can't find spiders.
They don’t have antenna which is what separates them from insects.
There has only been one species identified as vegetarian the rest are all carnivores.
Within the home they consume about 2,000 smaller insects and mites per year. So love them or hate them, they are an important part of our ecosystem by helping to keep the insect population in check. It is estimated that the spiders in 1 acre of woodlands consume 80 pounds of insects a year.
Spider superstition: Never kill a spider or you will invoke bad weather.
The Spider's webs were used to stop bleeding when de-horning cattle and they were also used in wound care in ancient Ireland.
ref: The Tadhg Ó Cuinn (1415) manuscript.