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How to Keep Barking Spiders?

How to Keep Barking Spiders?

How to keep your Barking Spiders? Barking spiders are nocturnal predators which prey on small mice, toads, frogs and insects. How to keep your Barking Spiders? The Barking Spider is unlike its Southern American cousin - the Southern American bird - eating spider - as...

Habitat of Common House Spiders

Habitat of Common House Spiders

Different spiders can survive in different types of habitats. Some thrive in damp spaces, some in dry areas. Some like attics and some survive in the wild. Spiders live in almost all places in the world except the continent of Antarctica, where it is far too cold for...

Overcoming Arachnophobia

Overcoming Arachnophobia

Arachnophobia is the irrational yet extreme and petrifying fear of spiders. The word came from “arachne” and “phobos,” Greek words that mean “spider” and “fear,” respectively. Arachnophobia is far more common in the West than it is in the East. The intensity of this...

What to Do When Spiders Get Inside Your Home

What to Do When Spiders Get Inside Your Home

What to do when spiders get inside your home? Spiders are eight-legged arachnids that usually inspire fear when seen in one’s room. They have caused a lot of ruckus over the years. Many tears have been shed from the desperation borne of wanting to get rid of them, and...

What Are Spiders Afraid Of?

What Are Spiders Afraid Of?

What are spiders afraid of? Just like any animal, spiders have fears too. Compared to other predators, spiders are small and might seem unassuming, making them easy targets. They can’t jump from place to place nor can the run long distances, so escaping can be tricky...

Surprising Spider Facts

Surprising Spider Facts

Many people are afraid of spiders. They have eight legs and a lot of eyes than humans know what to do with, which probably adds to the creepy factor. But spiders are nevertheless fascinating creatures! In this article, you'll learn about surprising spider facts. When...

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