Do spiders drink peoples saliva at night?
no, they don't drink as they get their nutrients from their prey
Spiders may crawl in your mouth at night because they do not have any idea what your mouth is, except that it is damp and expelling hot air. Most spiders will not venture too far for two reasons : 1) your saliva will begin to digest them 2) the mucus membranes are salty. Spiders will instinctly respond to the threat of being eaten, and flee.
This is an incomplete sentence, there is no subject. Did I have too much to drink last night? Did you have too much to drink last night? Did they have too much to drink last night? How much was too much to drink last night? Was the wine too much to drink last night? The subjects to these sentences are I, you, they, how much, and wine.
If I buy a natural preservative free fruit juice and have a few sips at night and refrigerate it will it still be delicious in the morning does saliva degrade my juice?
Some spiders specialize in daytime hunting. Jumping spiders, for instance, have very good vision and they use it to detect prey from a distance. They could not hunt well at all during the night time. Some spicers specialize in night time hunting. There are spiders that build a web at dusk and then take it all down when the sun comes out in the morning. They hunt at night because they are much safer from…
No Spiders are not nocturnal and they can be seen out and about regardless of time. There are many kinds of spiders, some more active during the day, and some more active at night. Most spiders are nocturnal, but many rest either on or near their web, and have a "tether" line of web to alert them to prey so they can secure it for later.
It depends on the species. Some spiders come out only at night, and avoid sunlight. Other spiders hunt by the use of their very good eyes, and some of them like to hunt in bright sunlight. Some species of jumping spiders, who have the best vision of all the spiders, will often be found on the brightly lighted parts of the walls of buildings, tree trunks, etc.