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Spider waiting
  • Web 800x549px 28.22cm x 19.4cm@72dpi
  • HQ 3540x2430px 29.97cm x 20.6cm@300dpi

Spider waiting

The spider, after spinning its web, will then wait on, or near, the web for a prey animal to become trapped. The spider can sense the impact and struggle of a prey animal by vibrations transmitted along the web lines.

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