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    • Spiders can indeed sense their environment. They feel minute changes in the airwaves around the hairs in their legs similar to how bats use sonar to see their environment. Spiders can also sense the tiniest movements in their webs which alerts them to the entrapment of flies and other insect prey
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    • 501stSoldier 11 jan
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    • Since humans don’t have eyes in the back of their head and spiders have more than two eyes, maybe spider sense is like giving spiderman “eyes in the back of his head”
      pfung06 11 jan
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    • Actually, spiders have very very very fine hairs on their joints that can detect the movement of air particles around it up to around a foot or so. It gives them a heads up for stuff moving towards it. Their coarser hairs also detect vibrations in the ground for up to a mile in ideal conditions.
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    • It's not that, spiders have body hair like us except there's thousands of times more per square centimeter or however much area. So they can feel the slightest changes in air pressure, so basically anything moving near them.
      TheKingLerp 11 jan
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    • Actually the full thing reads "You probably expected that. But that’s not all: their most important source of information about the world and its hazards comes from highly sensitive hairs that cover the bodies of most spiders."
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    • They actually do have spider sense, the hairs on their bodies are extremely sensitive to changes in the air so it could detect things moving behind them without looking
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    • I think they might have other warning systems, i know they can sense small vibrations so there is so truth to it
      zerodark 11 jan
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      martialgod 11 jan
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    • MJ died in the comics from Spider-Man’s radioactive cum
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    • BigBoiCat 11 jan
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    • Actually some scientist on YouTube did some research on this and found that their hairs are so sensitive that they react to disturbances in the air from a fly. When scaled up to human size, it’s the equivalent to feeling your friend wave at you from multiple feet away
      Marinesmigis 11 jan
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    • ((They use their hair do detect movements from the air around them))
      Swakista 11 jan
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    • The pain in Peters head is likely his other 6 eyes buried in his skull trying to look around for danger.
      CH1408 12 jan
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      OverSiege 11 jan
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    • The 2002 Spider-Man movie probably explained the spider sense in the most realistic sense by portraying it as an extremely heightened sensory awareness/the god of all gut feelings rather than just psychic warnings
      FlameC64 11 jan
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    • Spiders can detect vibrations in their web.. airflow and what not.. any change will alert them and they will be on edge
      KoSboi 11 jan
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    • the spider sense is based off if a few species that hunt via vibrations in the ground. e.i. trapdoor spider.
      fuge74 11 jan
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    • Spiders can feel pain before the pain actually occurs, in short a spider, if it were to be killed, would feel it happen before it actually does. That’s why Spider-Man was the only one who felt pain when everyone was turning to dust, because he was able to feel himself die in the moment before he did
      shocshoes 11 jan
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    • Spiders have a much wider field of vision than humans and can sense small vibrations and air currents
      HSchuster 15 jan
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    • If spiders sense danger why did slammin my fist on one in the shower this mornin work
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    • Spider man's spider sense is based on how spiders feel vibrations in their web from things caught in it. In the spider universe there's a web that acts kind of like the strings of fate and sensing danger comes from the web a sort of time telling ability.
      link3347 13 jan
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    • I had never seen Spider-Man before till my bf got me to watch it. But when peter Parker was like losing his spider powers, I turned to my bf and said “He’s running out of spidey juice!!”
      savrose0806 12 jan
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    • To be fair, they do have, like, eight eyes.
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    • There are spiders that react so quickly that it raises the question of precognition but I think they are intelligent and experienced enough to perceive the next move of their attackers ; which is something I haven’t heard put forward but it seems a more likely answer
      dragonnuts0 11 jan
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    • Spiders don't have a hearing mechanism, so they use the hairs on their legal to sense any changes in the air currents around them. The tiniest change will alert them.
      Sinjester 11 jan
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      DavidPrice 11 jan
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    • Spiders can actually feel air movements around 10-20 feet away allowing them to mobe out of the way of objoects moving twoards them
      NfgMystic 11 jan
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    • Spiders actually have hairs on their legs that are sensors for danger, they use them to detect any change in air pressure caused by a moving object or predator/prey
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    • I wanna see the rest of the page tho XD
      imanidiot 12 jan
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    • Some spiders can sense vibrations on the ground, when their legs are contracted by microscopic amounts. They are super sensitive
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    • Where the fuck is the hyphen
      R2Q5 11 jan
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    • The rest of the sentence is, "You probably didn't know that, because you eat shit"
      Crystalritz 11 jan
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    • Spiders have poor eyesight
      vonreich 11 jan
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    • I think the sense comes from spiders having super sensitive hairs and they detect changes in wind pressure or something
      RoboNigga 11 jan
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    • false. Most spiders are mostly blind and use vibrations to "see"
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    • JustAnODST_ 11 jan
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    • Can’t sense my shoe tho
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    • That spider was mutant so it might even have powers we don't know.
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    • Spiders can sense your fear and will jump on your face then crawl inside your ear and eat your brain
      Crabpeople 11 jan
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      Wook 11 jan
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    • People do have an instinctual sort of “spider sense” i’m pretty sure. Or it could just be some few people because i just sort of know when my friend is about to sneak up on me as a joke or when i moved my head to crack my neck and a basketball missed my head from where it would’ve been.
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    • Spiders build webs so that there's a specific strand that sends vibrations back to the spider so that they know what's touching the web. It's so precise that they can feel things before they even touch the web. Not exactly spider sense but interesting nonetheless.
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    • They also have some really neat organs that can detect the smallest changes in wind so they do have a real life spider sense
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    • I watched an entire YouTube on it (Because Science) and as it turns out they have the most sensitive sensory organs of any other known creature on the planet which is more sensitive than you could ever possibly imagine. You should just watch the video
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    • Some have hairs that can detect air moving near them, like say something swooping in or striking. So they can feel the air around them move and react to that instead of reacting to getting touched. That's what we call spidey sense
      MrJauneArc 11 jan
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    • Theres actually hairs on their body that can detect the most incredibly minute changes around them that it can be based on.
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    • To be fair, spiders have multiple eyes that look in multiple directions, so unless Peter mutates and grows extra eyes there's no other way to make it work. Perhaps spider DNA with access to a human brain cranked his spatial awareness to ten.
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    • Its something call fucking hair, eyes and the ability to feel the vibration. Same as most bugs. They can also feel the shift in their webs
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    • I just looked up that website and it actually says that
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    • They have these hairs on their legs and body used to detect things and some of those hairs can detect changes in the air when something gets close to them so yes spider sense is real
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    • Most spiders don’t see very well, they mostly use the hair on their legs to sense vibration
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      Spongebob0 11 jan
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    • that is such a smartass answer and i absolutely love it
      IAmMaddie 11 jan
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    • Actually spiders can sense the air move around them with the hairs on their legs, that's why you see Spider-Man's hair stand up when his spider sense goes off in the movies.
      Tatoru 11 jan
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    • The giant ass banana spider me and my buddy decided to blast with a 20 gauge Fire Shell for fuckin sure didn't sense that shit coming
      Calories 11 jan
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    • Most spiders have poor eyesight though. The spider sense comes from the idea that spiders always seem to know you’re about to squash them before you take a swing
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    • They can also detect differences in air pressure with fine hairs to the degree that they could theoretically feel the random movements of molecules
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      eKanye 11 jan
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    • Spiders, don't see very well but do rely heavily on all the other wonderful senses
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    • Spiders do have spider senses I’ve never killed a spider on the first hit
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    • They can sense a lot of shit it’s really cool. Watch BecauseScience
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    • Imagine someone trying to come kill you and you get a massive migraine
      memeyewyew 11 jan
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    • Spiders have shitty eyesight
      shatfish 11 jan
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    • I have spider sense but I ignore it cuz I wanna die
      DarkEliteXY 11 jan
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    • Meep
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    • There's no such thing as a sixth sense, a sixth sense is like a third gender... Just saying
      idroid 11 jan
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      Danny 11 jan
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      Waffe 11 jan
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    • With that grammar no wonder they treated you that way.
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