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Unformatted text preview: other structures. They can also bear modified lungs called book lungs. They bear six pairs of appendages (chelicerae, pedipalps, and four pairs of walking legs) Spiders use their fang-like chelicerae, which are equipped with poision glands to attack prey. Ticks carry organisms that can cause serious diseases in humans such as Lyme disease. Anatomy DID YOU KNOW? Spiders eat spiders. Females sometime eat their mates during mating; other spiders will eat other species of spiders. In some countries spiders are a delicacy; they taste nutty and sticky....
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