Spiders show a wide variety of behavior and ideology, from the ballet-like mating dances of certain jumping spiders to the seeming athletics of bolas spiders snatching their prey. Most diversity comes with the mode of predation, for example whether the spider waits for it in its orb web, or hunts it down.
Most spiders bite humans because they do not identify humans as prey. Spiders, even small ones, may however bite humans when pinched.
Spiders do not intentionally bite or attack human as they do not find them as their prey. They do sometimes bite humans when pinched and can leave you with a pain as dangerous as that of a bee sting. So it is better to remove them to avoid any future accidents prone situations.
If spiders are present in your area, be careful when moving cardboard boxes and other items and other such objects that may have such spiders. There is nothing to fear but just do not grab a spider for uninvited issues may cause.
Generally Spiders are harmless to human, but they are incapable of differentiating their prey. Their sting can cause serious skin disorder, redness or fatal fevers leads to even death.
- Keep your surrounding clean and healthy.
- Dispose all waste from the premise frequently or cover.
- Keep your garden area clean as spiders find these areas suitable to weave their web and start spreading.
- Spraying of insecticides also help in eliminating these pests up to a great extent however using such insecticides may harm your health due to their hazardous composition.
- Be very careful when handling trashes, carry boxes or corners not cleaned frequenly.
- Seek medical supervision when stung by a spider as soon as possible.
- Go for a pest control service to keep a check on the growth of these pests for hassle free, environment friendly, health-friendly future.