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* Is Lucas really a kid spider? Because he's much bigger than any real-world spiderling. The only way for him to be a youngster is if he belonged to [[GiantSpider a species much bigger than any real-world spider]].

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* Is Lucas really a kid spider? Because he's much bigger than any real-world spiderling. The only way for him to be a youngster is if he belonged to [[GiantSpider a species much bigger than any real-world spider]].spider]].
**He might be a "kid" by spider standards, whereas, to us, the viewers, he's full-grown. That's what I'd roll with.


*** This is more or less confirmed in "I'm Starving", where Lucas is revealed to not eat meat implying this is indeed the case and he's not carnivorous to begin with.

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*** This is more or less confirmed in "I'm Starving", where Lucas is revealed to not eat meat implying this is indeed the case and he's not carnivorous to begin with.with.
* Is Lucas really a kid spider? Because he's much bigger than any real-world spiderling. The only way for him to be a youngster is if he belonged to [[GiantSpider a species much bigger than any real-world spider]].


** Alternatively, since Lucas, while clearly a jumping spider, possesses characteristics of a number of different species, most notably being much larger than your average jumping spider, he could be partially based on the 'Bagheera kiplingi' breed of jumping spider, notable for having a largely herbivorous diet.

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** Alternatively, since Lucas, while clearly a jumping spider, possesses characteristics of a number of different species, most notably being much larger than your average jumping spider, he could be partially based on the 'Bagheera kiplingi' breed of jumping spider, notable for having a largely herbivorous diet.diet.
*** This is more or less confirmed in "I'm Starving", where Lucas is revealed to not eat meat implying this is indeed the case and he's not carnivorous to begin with.


* Alternatively, since Lucas, while clearly a jumping spider, possesses characteristics of a number of different species, most notably being much larger than your average jumping spider, he could be partially based on the 'Bagheera kiplingi' breed of jumping spider, notable for having a largely herbivorous diet.

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* ** Alternatively, since Lucas, while clearly a jumping spider, possesses characteristics of a number of different species, most notably being much larger than your average jumping spider, he could be partially based on the 'Bagheera kiplingi' breed of jumping spider, notable for having a largely herbivorous diet.


** Lucas is still a predator, so he still needs to hunt to survive. It's more likely he means that he doesn't intentionally harm things unless he's either hungry or he feels they are a major threat to his survival. He is a spider, after all, and that's just part of how they survive.

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** Lucas is still a predator, so he still needs to hunt to survive. It's more likely he means that he doesn't intentionally harm things unless he's either hungry or he feels they are a major threat to his survival. He is a spider, after all, and that's just part of how they survive.survive.
* Alternatively, since Lucas, while clearly a jumping spider, possesses characteristics of a number of different species, most notably being much larger than your average jumping spider, he could be partially based on the 'Bagheera kiplingi' breed of jumping spider, notable for having a largely herbivorous diet.


** Alternatively, ''he'' isn't the one doing the hurting. Most humans, after all, don't hurt animals, but still eat meat.

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** Alternatively, ''he'' isn't the one doing the hurting. Most humans, after all, don't hurt animals, but still eat meat.meat.
** Lucas is still a predator, so he still needs to hunt to survive. It's more likely he means that he doesn't intentionally harm things unless he's either hungry or he feels they are a major threat to his survival. He is a spider, after all, and that's just part of how they survive.


** Larger insects like crickets, dragonflies, grasshoppers, and beetles.

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** Larger insects like crickets, dragonflies, grasshoppers, and beetles.beetles.
** Alternatively, ''he'' isn't the one doing the hurting. Most humans, after all, don't hurt animals, but still eat meat.


* In "Giant Spider" Lucas claims he "Wouldn't hurt a fly." So what does he eat?

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* In "Giant Spider" Lucas claims he "Wouldn't hurt a fly." So what does he eat?eat?
** Larger insects like crickets, dragonflies, grasshoppers, and beetles.

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* In "Giant Spider" Lucas claims he "Wouldn't hurt a fly." So what does he eat?

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