WORLD'S LARGEST SPIDER WEB
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
What was the world's largest spider web?
If spider webs creep you out then you'll want to stay
away from the world's tropical areas as that's where Nephila maculata, AKA the
Golden Orb Web spider lives.
Orb Web spider spins the largest and strongest webs of any single spider,
measuring up to 6 meters high and 2 meters wide. The webs are large enough and
strong enough to capture birds but should you get snared by one you should be
able to get away.
Although there have been stories of spider webs
created by a community of spiders measuring hundreds of miles in length the
largest communal spider web that we could find was discovered in McBride,
British Columbia in November 2002 and it covered a silky 60 acres.
The web was created by tens of millions of Halorates
ksenius with each square centimeter of the 60 acres holding at least 2 spiders.
The Golden Orb Web Spider
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