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The scientific name for spiders is aranae; they are of the arachnid class and belong to the animal kingdom. Get these animals on the coloring pictures below. You can color them with your favorites colors. Have Fun.

Although they often intimidate people, the truth is that they are amazing animals. The body of a spider can vary greatly, in that there are large ones, smaller ones, and different colors.

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The anatomy of a spider’s body, while it may differ depending on the type of spider, generally shares many characteristics.

The body is divided into two sections, which are known as the cephalothorax. It is essentially the abdomen and the head.

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There are spiders which are not divided into these sections, but their body is a whole. Within the abdomen are the glands that produce the silk for spinning the web.

Many spiders have their bodies covered with hair. Spiders have eight legs, which are arranged on the sides, distributed in 4 on each side.

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Depending on the spider, the legs may change, although they are usually longer than the body.

The legs of spiders are robust, flexible, and resistant. Despite having so many legs, spiders do not have the right balance.

Most spiders have four pairs of eyes or eight in total. However, some spiders do not have a good sense of vision. These animals have fangs, as they use them to inject the venom into their prey.

Spiders are found all over the world, and the habitat will depend on the species. There are even spiders that can live indoors, such as long-legged spiders or violinist spiders.

Some species live in tropical forests, such as banana spiders and Goliath tarantulas, as they require humid and rainy climates to develop.

On the other hand, some spiders prefer deserts, thanks to their high temperatures. Similarly, spiders can adapt to any climatic condition, as long as they have a secure food supply.

The edges of lakes, mountains, courtyards, gardens, and even the closet, there is no place where there are no spiders.