Fieldofscreams wrote:Insects aren't meat.
I don't know what you mean by meat inside the cocoon that she is saving for later.
I don't think spiders put anything inside their egg sacks, just eggs.
Dude, most spiders first numb their victims, then they cocoon them in their spinweb and save them for later. She cocoons them so they won’t get away and stay fresh. She doesn’t eat all of her prey right away. She will eat them when she is good and hungry. After she eats her cocooned prey it will be hollow like some sort of shell.
Egg sacks usually look like white fluffy cotton balls hanging on several strands of webbing.