Spiders are not insects! They are arachnids, along with scorpions, harvestmen, mites and ticks.
Each peacock spider species has a unique mating dance.
The wolf spider carries its babies on its back and can run at speeds of up to feet per second.
Spiders are everywhere! The average house has 30 spiders. You are always three feet away from a spider.
The blood of spiders is light blue in color.
Male spiders weave a small “sperm” web. Then place a drop of semen there, suck it up and insert it into the female.
The Bagheera Kiplingi is the world’s only vegetarian spider. All the rest are all predators.
Some male spiders give dead flies to the females as presents.
On average, it takes a spider about 60 minutes to spin a web.
The Brazilian wandering spider, or Banana spider, is the most poisonous of all spiders.