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What Are Cob Webs?

Cobwebs are essentially spider webs, but with one key difference: cobwebs are typically older, abandoned webs that have become dusty and cluttered. While all cobwebs are spiderwebs, not all spiderwebs are cobwebs.

Spiders spin webs to trap insects for food. These webs are made from a strong, sticky silk that spiders produce from their bodies. However, webs are not always effective forever. Over time, the sticky strands lose their effectiveness and the web gets filled with dust and debris. This is when a spiderweb becomes a cobweb.

There's also a specific type of spider that actually spins webs that resemble cobwebs! These spiders belong to the family Theridiidae, which includes the common house spider. Their webs are often irregular and tangled, compared to the more intricate designs of orb weavers or funnel web spiders. So, in some cases, a cobweb can be a freshly spun web and not necessarily an abandoned one.

Here are some interesting facts about spiderwebs:

Spider silk is incredibly strong! Some types of spider silk are stronger than steel, thread for thread https://cosmosmagazine.com/t....
Spiders can spin different kinds of webs, depending on the species. Orb weavers create the classic circular webs, while funnel webs are shaped like tubes https://www.britannica.com/a....
Cobwebs can be a sign that your home is due for a good cleaning! They often accumulate in undisturbed corners and clutter.

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