Spiders can climb: Any solid block, that is, one that obstructs the players movement. This includes ‘solid’ blocks such as stone, wood, dirt etc. as well as ‘transparent’ blocks such as fence, glass panes and iron bars.
The average spider typically uses spinnerets to create elaborate webs to capture their prey, but scientists from the University of Manchester are now finding in a study of Phidippus regius, also known as jumping spiders, that some spiders are able to jump up to six times their body lengths.
This design takes advantage of the fact that players can hit in between a closed trapdoor and a half – slab, but cave spiders can ‘t climb through it.
Spiders have been given the ability to climb vertical walls made of any block and could “see” the player through solid blocks to track them down. Creepers previously had the ability to see through walls before it was transferred to the spiders.
btw, creepers will fall down there but probably won’t die, they like to hide between the cacti and not move until they can actually get to you–but at least they are out of the way. Let’s put some references here. Mobs (excluding Zombies, Spiders and Slimes) cannot draw line of sight through glass.
The spider will hit the bottom of the block when climbing the fence, and fall back down. Fences cannot always protect players from skeletons either; While a skeleton is unable to cross a fence, it can still shoot arrows over it. This risk can be lessened, by making a fence two or more blocks tall.
And they may be providing services like eating pests – some even eat other spiders. There’s even a species of jumping spider that prefers to eat blood-filled mosquitoes in African homes. So killing a spider doesn’t just cost the arachnid its life, it may take an important predator out of your home.
“If a spider turns to look at you, it is almost certainly a jumping spider,” Jakob says, adding that they respond to their own mirror images and watch videos showing insects. When shown videos of moving crickets, the spiders will attack the screen.
The arachnid’s body is filled with a pressurized liquid that helps it move, and whenever curious scientists have tried to peer into its brain with surgical instruments, the spider exploded. Now, with a new technique, scientists have recorded the electrical brain activity of these fascinating spiders, sans kaboom.
A Spawner cannot be obtained in survival, even with Silk Touch, but it will drop experience if mined with a pickaxe.
To tame a spider you need to wait for day and search for a spider and feed it any type of meat and you would need a saddle to ride it.
Currently Endermen only drop 5 Exp per kill.
Spiders can crawl pretty much anywhere: Glass, walls, and even ceilings are all equally accessible to the arachnids. Now scientists have solved the long-standing mystery of their sticky success: Their secret is small hairs at the end of their legs. (See pictures of spiders up close.)
Do upside – down stairs work as well? They do. I frequently use it as a means to keep the little buggers from surprising me when I’m on the upper porch of my build.
Cave spiders can climb slime blocks. honeyblocks are not actually full blocks, so the spiders get stuck on the slight “overhang” of the block above, slimeblocks are full so they’re not hindered. If you’d make the whole wall out of honey they’d probably climb right up.