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WHY AREN'T SPIDERS CAUGHT IN THEIR OWN WEBS?( किन स्पाइडर आफ्नै जालमा फस्दैन ?)

WHY AREN'T SPIDERS CAUGHT IN THEIR OWN WEBS?( किन स्पाइडर आफ्नै जालमा फस्दैन ?)





"Won't you come to my parlor?" said spider to fly. The tricky spider is preety clever, isn't he? He knows the fly will be caught and he'll be able to scamper along and have himself a nice meal!

But if the sticky web clings the fly and traps him, why doesn't it cling to the spider? The answer to this will surprise you. It does! A spider can be caught just as easily as in his own web as a fly.

The reason this doesn't happen is that the spider is "at home" in his own web. He knows his way around. And when the web was spun originally, the spider made sure that there would be safe threads to use, threads he could touch without sticking to them.

There are many kinds od silk that spider produces. The sticky kind is used in the web to catch prey. But there is also a non-sticky kind, and this is used to make the strong, supporting spokes of the web. The spider knows which is which, and he simply avoids the stiky ones! He can do this because he has a remarkable sense of touch.


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