Spider (Araneae) in centre of web, close-up : Stock Photo
Spider (Araneae) in centre of web, close-up : Stock Photo

Spider (Araneae) in centre of web, close-up

Credit: Charles Krebs
Creative #: AR0806-001
Issaquah, Washington, USA. Species unknown. Most spiders spin webs using spider silk, a protein polymer which is strong and elastic. Web building can be extremely complex, with the inclusion of several types of strand including sticky, and scaffolding

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