Thursday, 23 March 2017

Report Writing

White Tailed Spiders
A white-tailed spider is a spider that came from Australia. It gets its name from the the little patch at the end of its body.
The White Tailed spider has a long dark grey body with a white patch at the end of its abdomen.
There are special tufts at the end of the legs so that the spider can stick onto smooth or sloping surfaces.
It also has two palps at the front of its body that it uses for grooming and tasting.
They live under bark and plants and they can be living
In houses or they could be in shoes that are left on the floor.

The white tailed spider has been known to bite people. They leave a red mark and it could cause swelling.

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