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How fast can a spider build a web?
Question Date: 2021-02-16
Answer 1:

On average, it takes a spider between 30-60 minutes to build a web. Pretty fast for how intricate they are! You don't usually see spiders building their webs because they usually do it at night. Some species of spiders even help each other out to make webs so that they can make even larger, more intricate systems of webs!

Here's a link to read some more cool facts about spider webs.

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