Why Do Spiders Live in Webs?

Why Do Spiders Live in Webs?

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Introduces readers to animal habitats in a question and answer format.Humps. Camel humps do not hold water, they hold fat from food. When camels have to survive long periods in the desert without food or water, they ... The main way that camels keep water in their bodies is that they are able to cope with high temperatures without sweating very much. Magnetic. Termites. The magnetic termites of northern Australia build nests that line up with edges facing north and south.

Title:Why Do Spiders Live in Webs?
Author:Nicolas Brasch
Publisher:The Rosen Publishing Group - 2010-01-01


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