Spider webs are really strong. Let's look at the strongest spider webs in the world. Who would say that something so small could do something as resistant as their spider webs, so strong that we still investigate how to make materials with those properties. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cat-Faced Spider The Cat-Faced Spider lives in the United States and Canada. You will easily recognize it because of the two horn shaped growths on its relatively large abdomen. Ogre Faced spider This spider is badly terrifying, just look at the face and those creepy red eyes to confuse it with Predator. Southern house spider This spider is known to live in domestic environments, especially in those places where light does not come as the drawers where you keep your shoes or where you never deign to pass the broom; like the corners of the windows. Orchard Spider Leucauge venusta is its scientific name, which refers to the goddess of beauty; Venus. To deny the attractiveness of the Orchard Spider would be a complete sacrilege!!! Darwin's bark spider This black spider, with white hairs on the body, is the producer of the most resistant net in the world. Western widow Yes! This spider belongs the genre of black widows spiders and also has a powerful poison. However, unlike their cousins, the western widow also has other talents beside the murder. Toadlike Bolas Spider No, it's not the purple frog. It´s the Toadlike Bolas Spider, a spider that lives in the United States. If you meet it during the day, you will find it calmly resting on a leaf, but don´t be fooled, because it has a hunting method worthy of the most seasoned cowboys. Cornfield Bolas Spider Despite the fact that the Cornfield Bolas Spider is from the eastern United States, it has all the manners of the Wild West. Crab-like Orb Weaver Spider The Crab-like Orb Weaver Spider lives in the United States, Mexico, Central America, South America, the Philippines, South Africa and Thailand, being very appreciated by farmers since it helps with pests. Common Spitting Spider The Common Spitting Spider lives in some parts of the European continent and in countries such as China, Japan, Argentina, India, Australia, New Zealand and the United States. Thumbnail: Spider-Man 2002 trailer About Us: Trend Max is an education and entertainment channel dedicated to creating interesting Tops, Lists and more. Do not miss a single video SUBSCRIBE NOW. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Us: Facebook : Google+ : Twitter : Instagram :

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