The Story of the Spider and the Snake


Tpop33

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So many questions

What was the snake doing up in the air in the web like that?
How is the spider going to eat him?
Good questions, I can help out with one: Spiders don’t have teeth, so they have to liquefy their targets first before they consume them. They use enzymes to break down a prey’s body into a chitinous soup, which is then sucked through the spider’s straw-like mouth into its stomach.

I want to know how the snake got there as well, but I'll up you with this question, how freaking big was that spider, that it was able to sting and subdue that snake? I wouldn't be anywhere near that fight and if was outside my house, I'm moving!
 
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