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Spiders cannot necessarily “hear” as they do not actually have ears. They do however have sensory nerves (tiny hairs) that are located in the ends of their legs. These tiny hairs are also known as thrichobotria; which they use to search for vibrations or squeaks from mates. Certain spiders are even known to emit a

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The Guardian - Back to home. ... Spiders don't have ears - but they can still hear you coming This article is more than 2 years old. ... spiders do not have ears. However, the latest research ...

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Making Sense of Spider Senses What would life be like if you could taste through your legs and hear with your hair? If you can imagine such a concept, then you might have some inkling of what it must be like to be a spider. Spiders, in fact, do taste, and also smell, through special sensory organs on their legs, as well as on their pedipalps.

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A new study has just revealed that spiders are even more impressive - or terrifying, depending on your point of view - than we'd ever imagined. Arachnids don't have ears, but it turns out spiders can hear you talking from metres away - despite the fact that many researchers previously assumed they couldn't hear at all.

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A Spider Across The Room Can 'Hear' You, Study Finds : The Two-Way "Based on what we know, this shouldn't be happening, but it definitely is," Harvard fellow Paul Shamble says. The researchers ...

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Spiders can hear, not just percussive sounds but sharp whistling. I can elicit a convulsive arching from Arachnura higginsi with shrill whistle nearby. Spiders also have stridulating mechanisms to emit sounds (especially Whistling Tarantulas) to attract sexual partners, and possibly in some as defence.

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Well not hear exactly being as they don't have any ears. They do have sensory nerves in the ends of their legs though and my observation of the spider shows that at times they wave the two legs in ...

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“All spiders have these hairs, so it seems likely this is something that lots of spiders can do, as opposed to something exclusive to jumping spiders. This result really offers a new perspective on the auditory world of spiders, since we now know they can hear at much greater distances.”

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Best Answer: Most spiders have poor eyesight and it is believed that they cannot hear or smell. However, they make up for this lack by a remarkable sense of touch that is located in their body hairs and feelers. When an insect flies into the web, the vibrations of the threads tell the spider that something ...

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By definition, an animal's capacity to "hear" means that it has one or more organs that perceived and interpreted those air vibrations. Most insects have one or more sensory organs that are sensitive to vibrations transmitting through the air. Not only do insects hear, but they may actually be more sensitive than other animals to sound vibrations.