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Why don't spiders get stuck on their own web?


Almost all insects that go near a spider web get trapped in it. So it must be the sticky substance. But why are spiders spared from it?

 

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    Ciel Clark 4 years ago

    I have watched spiders cleaning their legs, oddly reminiscent of cats doing the pork chop (leg in air thing). Hm. I love spiders in general but those jumping ones make me jumpy.