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This free online game illustrates a fly's fight for survival against a hungry spider. It is up to you to take the role of the house fly, and help the fly to escape the spider and it's web. Try to do your best, as the task isn't easy. Play this game a few times and you should get the hang of it. Have fun!
Do you like spiders and flies, and do you also enjoy to play a cool web game for free? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free The Spider and the Fly game online.
Use your mouse to help the fly to avoid the spider and its web. If you move the fly sufficiently fast maybe it cross the web without be catched, but it isn't probable.
Once upon a time there was an old lady who swallowed a fly. I don't know why she swallowed a fly - perhaps she'll die! There was an old lady who swallowed a spider, that wriggled and wiggled and tiggled inside her. She swallowed the spider to catch the fly, I don't know why she swallowed a fly - Perhaps she'll die! According to WikiPedia this is a nonsense rhyme which aids memory retention. The poem is a relatively modern rhyme and therefore has no origin in history. The rhyme tells the story of an old woman who swallowed increasingly large animals, each to catch the previously swallowed animal. There are many variations of phrasing in the lyrics, especially for the description of swallowing each animal. The spider and fly are described in each verse, but the other animals are only described when they are introduced. This rhyme for children appeals to their initial logic that a fly can be swallowed by an old lady. A spider would also be seen as logical and physically possible.
Besides being a yummy threat for a spider, there are many fun facts to learn about the fly. According to softschools.com house flies are the most famous of 300 000 species of flies. They can be found all over the world. Human flies developed 65 million years ago. They can survive in all habitats where people can survive, because they are accustomed to the life near humans. Human flies are pests because they easily reproduce and transmit numerous diseases. The house fly can fly at the speed of 5 miles per hour and at the same time move their wings 200 times per second. The house fly relies mostly on the sense of smell when it searches for food. House flies are carriers of numerous pathogenic bacteria. Gangrene, tuberculosis, dysentery, anthrax, plague and different types of poisoning are just some of diseases transmitted by flies.