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  • Kerry Kilburn

    Thousands of normally solitary wolf spiders blanket the Australian countryside as they escape local floods. The white stuff is webbing . . . Arachnophobia, anyone?

  • Virtual Magpie

    This isn't snow. This house is surrounded by spiderwebs in Wagga Wagga, Australia. The wolf spiders moved inland to avoid the raising water.

  • YeveCJ

    What appears to be snow is actually spider webs blanketing an Australian farm. (Daniel Munoz/Reuters). This was taken near Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia about 2 years ago. The webs were built by Wolf Spiders trying to escape the severe flooding.

  • Sashwata Goswami

    That's not snow. Those are the webs of millions of Wolf spiders, covering a field in Wagga Wagga, Australia. The spiders were fleeing rising flood waters.

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