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How much can a spider lift?


The calculated grip of the jumping spider is that it could hold 170 times the spider's own body weight before coming unstuck. Meaning, a human with jumping spider strength, could use their hands and feet to hold 170x their weight. A 150 pound person then could hold 25,000 pounds.

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