The Wolf Spider aptly named for it’s aggressive hunting nature. Unlike most spiders, Wolf Spiders don’t use webs they stalk, ambush and capture their prey.
Wolf Spiders primarily live on the ground, but they have been known to tunnel, climb trees and dive into water to catch their prey. They are nomads and constantly wander with no homes.
Wolf Spiders don’t hesitate to attack when threatened. Their bites cause redness and swelling. Wolf Spiders are unique in that when their babies hatch, they crawl on their mother’s back. She carries them for weeks.
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