Spider-Man has had many enemies in his comic book and movie career, such as Doctor Octopus and the Green Goblin. The complete list is often referred to as the "rogue's gallery," according to Comic Vine.
According to the University of Michigan, the enemies, or predators, of spider monkeys are jaguars, pumas, ocelots, margays and harpy eagles. The biggest threat to this animal, however, is humans.
To keep spiders out of the house, keep the house clean and free of dust, since spiders are drawn to it. Close all gaps and holes, being sure to check window and door frames and window screens. Natural deterrents for spiders include white vinegar, citrus and mint.
There are approximately 35,000 types of spiders that have been identified worldwide, although biologists believe there are many more that are not yet identified. In North America, there are approximately 3,000 types of spiders, according to Explorit Science Center.
To get rid of spiders naturally, use diatomaceous earth and glue traps inside the home, and eliminate areas where spiders may hide. Outdoors, remove webs manually, and remove any debris on the property that shelters spiders.
A natural spider killer can be made using tea-tree oil, neem oil, dish soap and water. Begin by mixing 2 tablespoons of dish soap into some warm water. Add five drops of tea-tree oil and 1 ounce of neem oil to the solution. Mix the ingredients together in a spray bottle and apply the solution to the
Spiders can thrive and live in almost any place: on the edges of the ocean, on plants, under rocks, in trees, in caves and even over the water, according to Australian Museum. The only places that spiders cannot inhabit are the oceans, the highest mountains and the polar regions. Spiders are seen on
Natural enemies of bats include owls, hawks, falcons, snakes and domestic cats. In eastern North America, the fungal infection white nose syndrome is taking a devastating toll on the bat population, as of 2014.
All spiders are carnivorous, which means they eat a variety of insects and other spiders. Large spiders are able to eat small vertebrates like mice and small birds.
Make a natural spider repellent by selecting an essential oil that kills or repels spiders, diluting it with water, and spraying the mixture in areas where spiders gather. The oils dissipate over time, so reapply the repellent anytime spiders begin to reappear.