I think if your lucky enough to see the Rare Alabama "Hot Pocket" red belly spider you should try and catch it! Actually, they make amazing pets and also are quite edible. Don't be Frightened by its size or Bright colors, usually the colors are there meaning that its Friendly and enjoys being picked up and stroked. If you have the chance try and befriend it with bread crumbs. If it looks like it will sting your finger, its just a sign of affection and that it chooses you to be its human partner. there are some side effects to the bite, you might pass out over night but wake up with super human strength, your vision will be 20/20, you'll be able to climb up walls and possibly sling webs from your wrist!
Isn't that COOL?!
The Two Step Spider, or Jockey Spider, is actually a reference to the Redback Spider which is indigenous to Australia. They look much like a Black Widow with an hourglass underbelly but the females also have a red stripe across the backside. -Joe There is a spider that can turn into a banana but no two step spider.
Yes. Just about any carnivore or predator coming across a turtle will at least try to eat it. Coyotes and wolves and badgers are smart enough to turn the turtle over to get at the softer underbelly. Larger ferrets or weasels especially the Fisher enjoy a bit of turtle now and then.
There are no poisonous snakes, they are venomous. Venomous snakes have fangs. Some easy ways to tell native North American venomous snakes from native North American non-venomous snakes are they have cat-like pupils, triangular heads and the caudal scales are crossed rather than straight across. Not all venomous species are consistent with these signs, though. And some non-venomous snakes share their anatomical, behavioral, and color traits.
across the floor.
he came across a lizard
a line across
Across the planet - there are approximately 400 venomous species.
180 miles/280 kilometers
yeah if it starts running
Alabama (all the way across)
Yes, it is the primary adjective form of the noun poison, and describes a noun.Examples:The poisonous spider crawled up Mary's arm. Poisonous describes the spider.(although the proper term is venomous, poisonous is highly desciptive)The poisonous fumes from the chemical spread across the room.(here the technical term is toxic, but you get the idea)
96 miles across U.S. 80.
Only round the perimeter of the circle (not across its interior) because a segment is a part of a line or curve between two points.
Yes. Encapsulated data that moves through a packet is referred to as a segment. A packet is a bundle of information sent across a network in a structured fashion.
Yes the Goody's (franchise) is closing all across the country
Eternity. There are no roads across the Pacific.
two miles per hour