Question by  iamdustin (15)

Do spider bites give you spider eggs?


Answer by  Ellen (25)

No. Spiders use their fangs to bite, and their fangs have nothing to do with their reproductive organs. Spiders typically create egg sacs, which they carefully wrap with silk and place in their webs or other hiding places. These egg sacs take a while to create, and could not be made or deposited while the spider is biting.


Answer by  John (9008)

Spider bites do not give anyone spider eggs. Spiders are venomous, and their bites can be quite dangerous, but they do not lay eggs as part of biting. Spiders vary a bit in how they lay their eggs, but the vast majority lay them in web pouches rather than inside anyone or anything.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

No, spider bites only carry venom and can cause serious bruising. In rare cases, like the brown recluse, the spider's bite has enough venom to kill a human. Spiders lay their eggs in pouches separate from their bodies, wrapped within cocoons. They then take their paralyzed prey to the egg batch.


Answer by  TwoToneDodge (2204)

No. It is not possible for a spider to lay eggs through a bite. Spiders bite from their fangs in the front and lay eggs from their abdomen. It is possible for a spider to lay eggs in your ear canal but not through a bite. Insects such as flies and bot flies can lay eggs through bites.

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