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

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

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Charles Krebs
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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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