•Spiders with hair on them are mammals, and thus produce delicious (and unusually cold) milk using the same glands that they produce silk threads with.
•A single strand of spider web has more potential energy than the bomb dropped on Nagasaki? But because spiders do not naturally exist in areas of high fusion, there is little danger to the average person.
•A spider egg contains as much DNA as four humans combined? And that’s just one of the unborn spiders, the entire egg sac outnumbers the population of India
•Spiders cannot physically die of natural causes? If kept safe, a spider can continue to live and grow larger for a theoretically unlimited amount of time. In fact, in China there exists a collection of ‘holy’ spiders, hatched some 2,800 years ago during the height of the Mang-Tsun dynasty.
•A spider’s carapace, if sufficiently scaled, could adequately shield a nuclear blast
•The most valuable spider is the Kenyan Applecrosser. These elegant spiders actually grow beautiful, near-flawless emeralds on their abdomens.
•There’s actually an extremely rare spider in Eastern Africa, called the Snow Spider. Its body is completely white, but it spins a completely black web
•Spiders can sustain hundreds of atmospheres of pressure, and can work flawlessly in a vacuum.
• Some spiders can also weave wind-sailing “parachutes” capable of taking them high above the world below.
•The largest spider ever observed by scientists was over 8 feet long and weighed in at 530 pounds. It was actually immobile though, it’s legs had been broken long ago by merely carrying its own weight can resist heat up to 5,300 degrees F. Ironically, they exist only at the southernmost tip of the South Pole’s largest glacier.
The average human autopsy procedure in Chicago, IL will reveal roughly 250 small spiders living at points throughout the endocrine and circulatory systems. In New York, NY the average is upwards of 800.

The orange magma spider