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Spider web composition 600 words second day

1 spider webs

Nature is magical. It gives us a lot of enlightenment. It can be said that nature is our best teacher. Today, the little spider at home gave me a lesson.

Today, I found a little spider in a corner of my home. What is it doing? After my observation, I found that it was weaving a net. At first, it slowly spun silk, fixed it in one corner, and then pulled the silk to climb to the opposite wall. After setting up a "bridge" in the air, it began to circle slowly from outside to inside. After three or four minutes, it finished the outline, and the remaining steps were much simpler. It knot faster and faster and more beautiful, like a textile girl, Practice makes perfect! After a while, a fine and thin net was tied. Looking at the net, I thought: what a delicate net! I don't know if it's strong? So I blew into the net fiercely, but it didn't move. I didn't give up. I continued to poke it with a small stick. Hee hee, it finally broke. I observed carefully and found that there were several unbroken silk on the small stick. I was stunned and thought: the spider web is really beautiful and strong!

One day later, I found that the net I had destroyed was tied up again. Little spider is so diligent. When I found out the encyclopedia, I knew that spider silk is very tenacious and is not easy to break. It also has a valuable place, that is, if the net breaks, it will knot again, break again, break again, persevere and never give up until it forms a complete net, otherwise it will never stop. The little spider has such great ability!

I learned perseverance from a spider. Only in this way can I taste the happiness of fighting bravely. I also learned that to do things perfectly, we should lay a solid foundation, be down-to-earth, and not "eat a fat man all at once", so as to add icing on the cake and learn more and deeper knowledge. Our current society is like this. We only pursue perfect results and good results, but ignore the steady process. As a result, there were no terrible consequences "good intentions did bad things".

There are as many mysteries of nature as stars. It's not that we can't find them, but that we lack a pair of eyes to discover them.

How do spiders make webs

One day I found a spider forming a big web between two trees in the backyard. Can spiders fly? Otherwise, from one branch to another, there is more than one meter wide in the middle. How did the first line get through? To a spider's web over a considerable distance, so how did it do it? Did you pull the net or spray it? With curiosity, I went to the place where there were spiders, deliberately broke the cobweb and began to observe how it made a web.

I found that the spider found its foothold from a tree and led out many filaments long enough to reach the opposite side, so these filaments floated along the wind, like several transparent belts floating in the air. Then, it always touched the fixing point of the spider silk with its feet. If one of the wires can't be pulled, then the wire has been wrapped around the tree opposite, "Tiansuo" has been erected. Spiders often spend a long time for the first silk thread. If they fail once, they will come for the second time. If they fail the second time, they will go for the third time. Like the pillars of the house, it sticks a few pieces of silk back and forth on the support line set as the spider web to make it a thick "cable". Then a second "cable" was erected under the thick "cable". After that, the spider will release a vertical silk to form a Y-shape, form radial lines from the center point to the surrounding, and then form a circular skeleton from the center to the outside. These lines are not sticky. After the skeleton is formed, the spider makes webs from the outside to the center in the opposite direction. These threads are sticky and are used for catching insects. Finally, the spider sits in the center of the cobweb waiting for its delicious food.

Relying on its diligence, sensitivity, silence and tenacity, the spider makes its Web exquisite and regular, and opens in the shape of gossip, as if with the help of God. Such achievements remind people of those silent people and some hidden wise men. After reading it, I know how spiders make webs, and I also understand that if you want to gain, you have to pay.

3 enlightenment of spider web

One summer morning, I sat by the window with a book in my hand. Look up at the low and dark sky. You don't have to guess. It's going to rain. I quickly got up to close the window. Unexpectedly, a spider in the corner of the eaves broke into my sight - it was weaving a web.

I watched it "work" carefully and forgot to close the window. The spider kept "shuttling" back and forth, and soon woven most of the web. But just then, a gust of wind "clamped" the sand "roared" - the thin cobweb shook powerlessly a few times - and broke. I really want to help it recover the "Predator", but there's nothing I can do. Spiders are probably shocked by this sudden disaster, aren't they? I'm afraid I'm still complaining about this untimely gust of wind? Looking at its tiny feet barely hanging on the remaining cobweb, it seems to be planning what to do next. I don't know if it has also wavered or hesitated. After a long time, it was beyond my expectation - it actually rewoven the net in a down-to-earth manner. In the middle of the weaving, the storm seemed to oppose it - and waved its efforts away. It didn't seem surprised or hesitant. It didn't even want to rest for a while and continued to knot. He worked so hard and finally formed most of the net. I think it's probably strong enough to succeed this time. When I was just smiling and secretly happy for it, God blew the net again like trying it on purpose. I was like a bleeding ball: Alas, poor spider, I must give up now. How can the damn wind deliberately oppose it? But what surprised me was that it was weaving as if nothing had happened. This time, it finally woven into a strong net, and I sighed.

Suddenly, I think I should learn from spiders: we should persevere and stick to it to the end. Even if the difficulties are big, we should have the courage to face them. Don't lose heart and don't give up easily. I want to be like a spider and have a firm belief. Only in this way can success belong to me. I believe I can weave a bigger, stronger and stronger web than the spider to live a successful tomorrow.

4 enlightenment of spider web

One moonlit night, I went out for a walk and came to a small forest behind my yard. I accidentally found a spider eating its own web. I suddenly became interested and wanted to see what it was doing

This is a black tarantula with a body as big as a broad bean and slender legs. I saw it lying on the Internet, eating its own silk one mouthful at a time. The silk was eaten less and less by it, and the silk decreased in circles. Finally, there was only one silk left. The spider hung on the silk, swaying around, swaying left and right, and the silk became shorter and shorter, and gradually disappeared. Then the spider crawled along the leaves. Watching the spider crawl away slowly, I always thought: why do spiders eat their webs at night? Without the net, what does it eat for breakfast the next day?

I walked home when I thought about it, but I couldn't think of why? Early the next morning, I came to the grove last night. When I found the place where spiders haunted yesterday, I was surprised. A brand-new spider web immediately appeared in front of me, and the web was big and round. I was wondering if my eyes were beautiful? Yesterday, I saw the spider eat the web, but how could it appear again today? I take a closer look, a dry silk is still hanging on a leaf. Ah! It suddenly dawned on me that I was right. Yesterday, the silk of the spider web was indeed eaten by the spider. Today's web is newly woven. But why does the spider eat the web at night and weave it again in the morning? Isn't it tired?

I immediately ran home and checked the information about spiders on the Internet. Only then did I understand that the spider's Web would become dry one day, and the dry web could not stick to any insects at all. If the spider doesn't eat the old web at night and doesn't weave a new web the next day, it won't eat an insect. Ah! I really admire the industrious spider!

5 enlightenment from spider web

There are many animals and plants in nature, with their own unique ways of survival, suggesting to us the mysteries of nature. People invented electronic frog eyes based on frogs; People invented airplanes according to the wings of dragonflies; People invented a storm detector based on jellyfish

Today, I also want to invent an intelligent insect catcher.

I remember once when I came to my grandmother's house in the countryside to play, I accidentally found a little spider making a web. I've always hated insects, and today is no exception. I'm trying to shoot the little spider to death with a racket, but I want to see how the little spider catches insects? So, I observed carefully. After a while, I saw an unknown bug hit the spider web, but the spider was as if nothing had happened. The bug began to struggle hard, but the more it struggled, the stronger the mucus adhered. After a while, the bug couldn't move. The spider slowly walked forward and began to eat dinner with relish.

I thought to myself, "why does spider silk stick?" So, I went online to find out: it turned out that there was mucus in its body, which could pull out a kind of sticky wire from its tail“ This kind of sticky silk is very good. In this way, mosquitoes and flies at home will no longer bother us. " I thought. Therefore, I want to invent an intelligent insect catcher. This insect catcher is transparent, emits a very fragrant smell and can lead insects. The intelligent insect catcher is very like a spider web. Whenever the insect flies to the side, the insect catcher closes quickly, because there is mucus on the Internet, which will make the insect stick and can't move. The intelligent insect catcher is placed anywhere, and the insect can't escape its palm.

When I grow up, I must invent an intelligent insect catcher, which will reduce flies and mosquitoes and make our world a better place.