|Black Widow Spiders Are Identified By Their Red Hour Glass Shape On Their Black Bodies|
The female Black Widow Spider spins a large web and she hangs her cocoon containing hundreds of eggs in her web. The baby Black Widow Spiders leave soon after they hatch but the web remains. Black Widow Spiders also use their webs to ensnare their prey which is insects of all types.
One reason the Black Widow Spiders bite is so feared is because scientists say that the venom of the Black Widow Spider is 15 times more powerful than the rattlesnake.