Henevaspiders are small creatures about the size of a schoolbus that are found in the mountains. They have dozens of long, thin legs, which have a sticky fluid on the underside of them, allowing them to cling to even the most treacherous rocky surfaces. Their bodies are soft and fragile and are covered with tiny, thin hairs; the hairs act like a web to capture small insects and bring them to the henevaspiders' mouths. Henevaspiders usually live in small communities of about fifty of themselves and will sometimes steal and ransom the eggs of other creatures in exchange for tasty offerings.
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