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Oh how I love my dancing feet! They stay together - oh so neat. And when I want to walk a line, They all stay together and do double time. I count them up, ten times or more, And race on-off, across the floor.
For our ambrosia we were blessed, By Jupiter, with a sting of death. Though our might, to some is jest, We have quelled the dragon's breath. Who are we?
What build its house with earthen string and ensnares its prey with a biting sting?
I'm a red creature from the sea with large claws, or pincers, and I'm often boiled and served as an expensive dish at seafood restaurants.
Who spends the day at the window, goes to the table for meals and hides at night?
What has a horn but does not work?
Small edible creature from the sea that is often served at restaurants.
What is it that has a power socket on one end and a corkscrew on the other?
In all the world, none can compare, to this tiny weaver, his deadly cloth so silky and fair.
In the fields a frightful thing. Watch it and you will find, it has a pitchfork in the front, and a broom back behind.
I am the home for feathery animals. What am I?
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