Spiders Escaping From Flood Wove Giant Net

14.06.2016

Westbury Residents (Australia) reported about the invasion of tiny spiders wrapped the white web over dozens of trees. Scientists believe that there is nothing to fear: insects are just building themselves a refuge from the floods caused by heavy rains.

Spiders Escaping From Flood Wove Giant Net

Dense covering was formed on the trees due to the fact that the spiders climbed up as high as possible, and then began to move on the webs using the wind, the air like acrobats in the circus. If not the flood, no one would have noticed how many spiders actually do live in the grass. As soon as the water goes down, the "weavers" will return to the normal mode of transportation, and the gigantic spider web will disappear.