The Biggest Spyder Web In The World

Ingi Agnarsson zoologist and his colleagues have found Darwin’s bark spider web. It is 82 feet (25 meters)wide and 30 square feet (2.8 square meters) long. The web was found in Andasibe-Mantadia National Park. According to new studies Darwin’s bark spider makes the world’s largest webs of any single spider and all indications are that this spiders silk is the toughest biological material discovered to date.

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