While most spiders are solitary creatures, they will occasionally gather together to form large, intricate webs and share their captured prey. These nests are usually only built within the branches of a tree, allowing the spiders to capture the most insects. Within a home, however, spiders build simple webs that function as both a home and a net for prey.
Generally, spiders can live pretty much anywhere. When they invade our homes, they may choose to stay in the attic, beneath a windowsill, or in the corner of a rarely used room.
Spiders eat insects or other spiders. They generally do not seek out humans as we may fearfully think when seeing a spider’s web in our home.
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