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The Surprising Benefits of Spiders



October 11th, 2013 by in Animals with 8,762 Views

After having a terrifying spider experience this week with my car, I need to believe that there is more to spiders than just scaring humans. In fact, there are many benefits to spiders that most people tend not to think about or forget upon seeing them.

Before getting into the benefits, there are spiders that should be avoided included black widows, brown recluse and yellow sac spiders which are pictured below for your identification.

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  • Geofrey Bett

    Wow I didn’t know that Spiders can be of such incredible benefits till i read this article.
    In my room,i have insecticides basically meant for killing spiders and other insects.I am now reconsidering my attitude towards spiders.
    Thanks for the informative article.

  • MD Golam Rabbani

    Spiders that are not harmful to humans can be beneficial because they
    prey on small insects and pests and they can prevent these critters from
    invading your home. Spiny orb weavers and house spiders both feast on
    insects like crickets, flies and other small, flying insects. The wolf
    spiders are more likely to hunt insects that may invade the garden. The
    cellar spider can be beneficial because it hunts black widows, one of
    the types of spiders that is dangerous. Even the black recluse has one
    benefit. It will eat cockroaches and other larger insects but I don’t
    recommend willingly let loose some black recluse spiders in your house.

  • MD Golam Rabbani

    There are many kind of spider in the world. Some of them are harmful and some beneficial for us. Spiders that are not harmful to humans can be beneficial because they
    prey on small insects and pests and they can prevent these critters from
    invading your home.