Orb-weaver spiders make typical wheel-shaped webs. The European garden spider is the most commonly known. The web is filled with a woven work of threads. A strong signal thread runs from the center of the interlacement to the nearby retreat. The spider rushes to the web as soon as it starts to vibrate after catching a prey. The prey is sucked dry and chewed until it is no longer recognizable.
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