What material is a spiders web made from?
A spider web is made of silk. Spiders have what is called spinneret glands. These glands produce the silk spiders use when they construct their webs and are located on the abdomen, usually on the bottom. The silk is very light as needed for the wind to carry it. Spiders can make sticky and nonsticky silk. The spider knows how to use both to build the most sturdy web possible. Spiders are careful when constructing…
When something touches a spiders web the movement is felt everywhere in the web. How is this like a food web?
Over ninethousand spiders can respawn from a spider corpse. Spiders lay eggs contained in sacks made of web silk. Several hundred spiders can hatch from one egg sack. A dead spider, a spider corpse, will not "respawn" any hatchlings. Many spiders are fiercely protective of their egg sack clutching it in their mouth or legs.