Inktober prompt 30: catch

The ogre faced spider makes a net instead of a web. It’s silk is not stick, but is woven in a way that the tiny fibres cause strong intermolecular forces (like a geckos foot) that ensnare prey at the slightest touch. The spider sits and waits, holding it’s net, which it throws at prey when it gets near. It’s huge eyes give the spider fantastic eyesight, much better than a human’s that allow it to see clearly in the dark.

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