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There are more than 37,000 species of spiders worldwide, but they all share the same basic features, including eight legs, two body segments (the cephalothorax and abdomen), an exoskeleton, silk glands and fangs. They be... More »

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There are more than 37,000 species of spiders worldwide, and all possess the same features that unite them with other members of arachnid family, including having eight legs arranged as two sets of four as well as lackin... More »

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Spiders are invertebrates, meaning they have no back bone. Spiders are also members of the phylum arthropoda because they have an exoskeleton, paired legs, bilateral symmetry and a segmented body. More »

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All spiders have eight legs and a body composed of two parts: a cephalothorax and an abdomen. There are an estimated 40,000 different species of spiders. Wolf spiders can be identified by their eyes; they have a bottom r... More »

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