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#1
just went into my garden and I noticed a string from a spiderweb, nearly 5 meters long from the wall on the left to the wall on the right, at a height of about 2.5 meters...


now I wondered

how the f do they do that?
#2
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#3
I wonder that too, spiders scare the shit out of me. I presume they jump.
wen i ask they say that they fall into the habit smhw ........but nyways i think there is a connection smwhere. Now i being a teetollar will not give into this habit nyhw

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I wonder that too, spiders scare the shit out of me. I presume they jump.


so an animal as small as this <------------> can jump that far?

man that must be one hell of a spider
#8
I dunno
Haha or they could swing.

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Yeah i've wondered that, how they can put webs very far apart, very high above the ground.

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#12
Glue, or super spider semen

Or it could be something related to their evolution. Hmmm.. nahhh.
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#13
I heard that they just go along in the wind, but around here we don't usually get much wind in the summer and they still always have those things everywhere.
#14
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Yeah i've wondered that, how they can put webs very far apart, very high above the ground.


They just do what we do with building houses.

I once saw them building a web and they had scaffolding and everything else out.
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Spiders would make good builders. They could do the equivalent workload of 6 English construction workers.

Which is the same as 2 Polish workers.
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Spiders would make good builders. They could do the equivalent workload of 6 English construction workers.

Which is the same as 2 Polish workers.

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Which is the same as 2 Polish workers.



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#22
It will start with the most difficult part of construction, the first thread. The spider effectively uses the wind to carry its initial adhesive thread. With some luck the silk is released from its spinners and carried by the wind to a suitable adherable surface. When it sticks to a surface the spider will carefully walk over the thread and strengthen it with a second thread. This process is repeated until the primary thread is strong enough to support the rest of the netting.


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Spiders would make good builders. They could do the equivalent workload of 6 English construction workers.

Which is the same as 2 Polish workers.

What was that supposed to mean?
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#27
Most spiders can jump. They just start the web and then jump from Point A to Point B while they're still producing the threads. With that connection made, they can start the web and work their way from A to B until they have a fully constructed web.
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What was that supposed to mean?


Lol. I am presuming you think its derogotory (sp?) towards the polish where in fact its having a dig at us lazy english
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Lol. I am presuming you think its derogotory (sp?) towards the polish where in fact its having a dig at us lazy english

Oh. Carry on then :P
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#32
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I heard that they just go along in the wind, but around here we don't usually get much wind in the summer and they still always have those things everywhere.


They're smaller and the silk is lighter though, so the wind currents have more of an effect than they would on us.

Slooj-it's a spider eating a bird.
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