Thursday, July 12, 2007

Random questions: Spiders and what they eat

Just occasionally, I think I'll just throw out to you some of the random questions that have cluttered up my brain for years.

Here's todays:

"If a spider bit another spider it would probably die. But if a spider bites a fly and then eats it, why doesn't it poison itself?"

4 comments:

Joel Baltaks said...

How do porcupines ... er ... make baby porcupines?

Very carefully.

Don Sheffler said...

Well, why doesn't my saliva break down my mouth, and why doesn't my stomach digest itself? Willing to bet the answers are all about the same.

Michael Sutcliffe said...

Why do we drive on parkways and park on driveways?

There are simply some things that humanity isn't meant to know....(just ask your creationist friends!)

Katinka said...

Surely the poison can't be toxic to the spider itself...otherwise it wouldn't be able to store it.