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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.
A field covered in spiderwebs next to flood waters in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia on March 6, 2012. Photo by Daniel Munoz of Reuters.
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.
I would seriously freak out and run!
That's so disturbing. Why?!? I can not think of one good reason to have that many spiders.
Creeeeeepy. It's like mass transit for evil.
This happened in Australia. There was a flood, and the Wolf Spider, does this as a way to escape the water and survive. Needless to say it did, and the Wolf population increased A LOT!