Spiders will react to defend themselves. If you are not endangering a spider, it will most likely not hurt you.
Spiders and lower forms of life do not experience the kind of emotions we humans do. As the first respondent replied, they react by instinct for defense. They do not have the capability of a higher level of thought which vengance requires, like us supposedly higher life forms. Spiders are incapable of vengance.
No spiders are friendly they would be classified as venomous or nonvenomous.
No, Spiders are invertebrates.
Spiders that are outside
There are many spiders. Two are tarantulas, and black widow spiders.
No, spiders don't play
Spiders scurrying Silently
no way, they can get stuck in their webs
Either use chemicals - or (more eco-friendly) introduce spiders and insects to prey on the flies.
At Wal-Mart. They have plenty cheap and kid-friendly decorations. There's fake spiders, fake cob-webs, Winnie-the-Pooh decorations. There is just plenty.
No a good bash with a shoe will dispose of most arachnids. However, a policy of live and let live is more ethical and environmentally friendly.
Friendly mobs are animals or creatures that don't attack at sight. Ex. Pig, sheep, cow, chicken, and squid. Also, wolves won't attack unless provoked. Same goes for spiders during the day.
yes and no depends on what you are talking about or on your opinion e.g. some people think spiders are bad and horrible, whereas, others think they are good and friendly! :)
No. Fishing spiders are hunting spiders of the genus Dolomedes.
Jumpimg spiders, wolf spiders, fishing spiders, cobweb spiders, barn spiders, cellar spiders, funnel spider (grass spider), garden spider.
No. Spiders are not insects. Insects are not spiders.
grass spiders eat other spiders
Spiders have 8 legs. Spiders spin webs. Spiders can walk. I hope this helped
Spiders found in Wyoming include: Brown Recluse Black Widow Hobo Spider Jumping Spiders Nursery Web Spiders Sac Spiders Comb-footed Cobweb Orb Weavers Common House Spider Funnel Web Spiders Daddy Long Legs or Cellar Spiders Grass Spiders Ground Spiders Crab Spiders