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Did you know that there is a species of spider that spends its entire life underwater? Well there is one species of spider just like that. The diving bell spider, is an air-breathing spider found in shallow bodies of fresh water across Europe and northern Asia.
Using its ability to weave silk webs they create an air-filled bubble, kinda like a much like unique scuba diving gear. Some of the bubbles constructed are small, covering only the abdomen, so they can hunt and other bubbles can accommodate the whole spider like some sort of house.
First, it spins a dome-shaped web between underwater plants.
Next, it rises to the surface and traps bubbles using the fine hairs on its legs and belly. It carries them down to its web and releases them, gradually filling the dome with air. After a few trips, the spider has amassed a bubble so large that it can fit inside.
With this the spiders can live their entire lives in their shimmery bubble houses and even hunt, mate and lay eggs whilst inside them. Never leaving your home? Now that's the life.
In contrast to previous studies, its been found that the spiders could live inside a bubble for more than a day without needing to return to the surface to replenish the air. They would be able to stay longer, but nitrogen steadily diffuses from the bubble, causing it to gradually shrink.
Because oxygen is continually being consumed by the spider and the carbon dioxide produced rapidly dissolves into the surrounding water. As this disperses, the bubble slowly collapses, forcing the spider to surface and refill.
Being able to remain underwater for such a long time has its advantages. It means that the spiders reveal themselves less frequently to predators lurking at the surface and also allows them to stealthily wait for prey without scaring them off by moving.
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