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Symbiotic Spiders
By Patricia Valicenti/Sardine Features

Spiders in nature actually do work out some deals, too. They are safe from the clutches of carnivorous plants for the two fly lovers work in tandem.

The spider can often be seen at the mouth of a plant hoping to trap a fly. In return a fly caught in a spider's web that goes free is then weak and easy prey for a carnivorous plant.

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