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Yes. The Goliath Bird Eating Spider can. It is a tarantula, and its diet consists of frogs, bugs, small snakes, lizards and small birds. More information can be found at the related link. In August 2009, a photograph was taken of a giant Golden Orb spider eating a bird in a backyard near Cairns, Australia. See the story at the related link below.
The Wandering Albatross, which has a wingspan of 3.5 - 4 metres (12-ish feet), is the bird with the largest wingspan alive, both on land and sea. Close behind is the Andean Condor, the largest wingspan of a land-bird (as opposed to a sea-bird), at around 3 metres (11-ish feet). Hope this helped!
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They spin there web in a cylinder like way
A palmiped is an obsolete term for a web-footed bird.
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yes. the web footed gecko lives in the Madagascar. they are also found in the nahib dessert.
Cormorants are glossy black web-footed water birds that dive deep and feed on fish. They nest in colonies on seacoasts and on the shores of lakes and rivers in temperate and tropical regions. A cormorant is a bird.
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Pinniped is the latin word used to describe seals and sea lions, it basically means fin footed or web footed.
The web address of the Coastal Children'S Museum is: www.coastalchildrensmuseum.org
The web address of the Coastal Heritage Society is: http://www.chsgeorgia.org
It protects itself