The spider named Dinopis has a great skill for hunting. Rather than
weaving a static web and waiting for its prey, it weaves a small yet highly unusual web
that it throws on its prey. Afterwards, it tightly wraps up its prey with this web. The
entrapped insect can do nothing to extricate itself. The web is so perfectly constructed
that the insect gets even more entangled as it gets more alarmed. In order to store its
food, the spider wraps the prey with extra strands, almost as if it were packaging it.
How does this spider make a web so excellent in its mechanical design
and chemical structure? It is impossible for the spider to have acquired such a skill by
coincidence as is claimed by evolutionists. The spider is devoid of faculties such as
learning and memorising and does not have even a brain to perform these things. Obviously,
this skill is bestowed on the spider by its creator, Allah, Who is Exalted in Power.
Very important miracles are hidden in the thread of the spiders. This
thread, with a diameter of less than one thousandth of a millimetre, is 5 times stronger
than a steel wire having the same thickness. This thread has yet another characteristic of
being extremely light. A length of this thread long enough to encircle the
world would weigh only 320 grams. Steel, a substance specially produced in industrial
works, is one of the strongest materials manufactured by mankind. However, the spider can
produce in its body a far firmer thread than steel. While man
produces steel, he makes use of his centuries-old knowledge and technology; which
knowledge or technology, then, does the spider use while producing its thread?
As we see, all technological and technical means at the disposal
mankind lag behind those of a spider.