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The cuticles of both spiders and insects consist of a mixture of protein and chitin fibers. Spiders do have a limited internal skeleton, but it is not made up of bone. This small endoskeleton contains collagen and consists of plates that do not articulate with one another the way that bones in the vertebrate skeleton do.

www.answers.com/Q/Do_tarantulas_have_bones

No, they do not have bones. Tarantulas are poisonous to some degree. Just like a bee sting, theeffect of tarantula venom may vary from person to person.

www.answers.com/Q/Can_a_tarantula_have_bones_or_not

No, tarantulas do not have bones. They, like all arthropods, have an exoskeleton instead. 2 people found this useful Will a tarantula eat another tarantula? Answer . Yes they do.

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Best Answer: Spiders, being arachnids, do not have an internal skeleton, so no, they don't have bones. What they do have is a rigid exoskeleton, composed of a polysaccharide called chitin. This type of exoskeleton is shared between all insects and arachnids, and can even be traced back to trilobites in the Cambrian era.

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Spiders do not have backbones. Spiders belong to a group of animals called invertebrates. Spiders are a special kind of invertebrate. Spiders are not insects. They belong to a group of invertebrates called arachnids. Arachnids are soft-bodied animals that have eight legs. Spiders have a two-part body.

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Spiders don't have internal bones, which means they don't have the same muscles and attachments that vertebrates have. Here you can see the old exoskeleton of a spider (lighter in color) and the newly emerged spider, which has just molted or shed (darker and larger). (Photo: Rob Barber, Flicker sharing).

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skeleton_tarantula

The skeleton tarantula, Ephebopus murinus, is a species of spider belonging to the family Theraphosidae (tarantulas), sub-family Aviculariinae.A New World species, it is native to several South American countries. Its common name is derived from the skeleton-like markings on its legs.

animals.mom.me/spider-bones-10356.html

Many species of animals, including humans and other mammals, have an internal support structure made up of bones. This endoskeleton can provide support for a wide range of different body shapes and sizes, and can grow smoothly with the animal it is inside of. Spiders, like all arthropods, lack an internal skeleton and ...

www.kidzone.ws/lw/spiders/facts02.htm

Spiders do not have a skeleton inside their bodies. They have a hard outer shell called an ‘exoskeleton’. Because it is hard, it can’t grow with the spider. So young spiders need to molt, or shed their exoskeleton. The spider must climb out of the old shell through the cephalothorax. You can imagine how hard it must be to pull all those ...

infinitespider.com/how-many-knees-does-a-spider-have

Do Spiders Have Boney Knees? No, spiders don't have bones, they have a hard exoskeleton made up of material called chitin (kite-in) which is about the same as the stuff your fingernails and hair are made of. I've already written about how spider legs work, ...