It's when you squat like both legs at the same time
you can buy special shampoo at the pharmacy in New Zealand but it takes quite a long time. I mean i got them when i was 3 and i still have them. the maximum time takes about ten years or more (but that's only if you hardly really do anything to them) but if not then about 5-6 years.
Its actually Animalia
It is called a spider which is brown and has really long legs and a big body. You need more than that description to identify the spider.
TO SLOWLY CHANGE COLORS TO MATCH ITS SURROUNDINGS
'Widow's peak' comes from the English folklore and it's meaning is that the woman will outlive her husband. The widow's peak itself is just a dominant trait that is inherited but it does not have any real meaning.
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Spiders have a gestation period of 9-27 days.
female guards the eggs till they hatch
pattern may change depending on its diet
size is about 5mm
They are born knowing how to spin a web.
In my case, it turned out to be polyps. Also in my case, they were fairly easily treated with a 10 day dose of Prednisone. They're gone, and I now use a cortisone nose spray as a preventative. I've been breathing better the last couple of years than I have in a long time. You should let an ENT doctor take a look at it.
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It's just an urban legend. Realistically, the average number of spiders swallowed at night per person per lifetime is probably less than one.
The thorax usually refers to insects, but it can also refer to mammals. It is the portion of an animal's body between the neck and stomach - in humans this would be the chest area; in insects and trilobites, it is one of the three mains segments of the body.
The most common causes of spastic dysarthria include spastic cerebral palsy , multiple sclerosis , amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease), multiple strokes, and closed head injuries.
Yes -- you almost always will survive a black widow bite. While Black Widows deal out a complex and nasty neurotoxin, they don't inject every time they bite (so many get off unscathed this way). Even if you are envenomated, most of the time it's an unpleasant but non-lethal experience. Those at greatest risk are infants (mostly due to low body mass), the elderly, and anyone who has a violent anaphylactic reaction to the venom. For instance, only Sixty-three deaths were reported in the United States between 1950 and 1990 -- Wikipedia -- Black Widow Spiders.
Nothing, if you eat a poisonous mushroom then you will die if it is severe poison
That type of eye, is known as a Compound Eye with the many individual eyes that make it up known as ommatidia.
I was bitten by a black widow spider several years ago, when I was on a camping trip. It bit me on the neck. The spider was killed and taken (along with me0 to the ranger station. Where the spider was identified ans I was taken to the nearest hospital. My neck swelled up and I had flu like symptoms for about a week and then I was OK. I had an antivenon injection at the hospital. I thought I was going to die. The doctor told me that only the very young, old or weak and ill people died from the bite. I was very fit and healthy at the time. Hope this answers someone's questiom. It is not a death sentence to be bitten by a black widow, but get to a hospital.