After looking at Dewpider I was thinking about the original Spider Pokemon, Spinarak and Ariados. You know what we're doing! Yup, let's find out what they are!
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Spinarak is based on a real life spider, the happy-face spider endemic to the Hawaiian Islands but is only found on four of the islands. Hmm...if happy faced spiders are native to Hawaii does that mean Spinarak and Ariados are already in their Alolan form?
Unlike Spinarak and Ariados real happy faced spiders are non-poisonous. They appear to exhibit an array of color patterns on their abdomen, sometimes resembles a smiling or a grinning clown face. Each spider has a unique pattern, and the patterns differ from island to island with some lack markings altogether.
These spiders blend in with the undersides of leaves where they build flimsy webs to catch prey. Instead of using the web as a prey-detection radar, it has been documented that the vibrations of prey are detected by the spiders and guides their orientation toward potential prey.
This is just like Spinarak. Because according to the Pokdex: The web spun by Spinarak can be considered its second nervous system. It is said that this Pokémon can determine what kind of prey is touching its web just by the tiny vibrations it feels through the web's strands.
A courtship dance involving somatic movements and web-plucking on the part of the male is assessed by potential female mates. Copulation occurs at night, while both spiders hang from the underside of the leaf. Males die soon after mating, but females live longer! I couldn't leave without one horrifying fact right.
Happy face spiders huh?! Too bad Ariados didn't have a bigger part in the game. I mean of course your boi Guzma had one, but that's not enough. Anyway I'll leave things here. If you enjoyed the video leave a like and subscribe for more and until next time deuces.