Friday, 15 April 2016

The trap jaw spider

spiderResearchers in the United States studied a trap jaw 
spider. The spider lives in New Zealand and South 
America. It's also found that the kiwi species hit 
it's prey with lighting speed. The trap jaw spider could
be one of the fastest spiders in the world 
at marking it's prey. According to the current research 
scientists used top speed cameras to 
study the speed of the spider.
New Zealand is the residence of 2,000 
spiders and 95 percent are native to New Zealand. 
Photo by: Kiwi Kids News


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