Massive spiderwebs engulf Australian town as arachnids escape floods

In the town of Wagga Wagga in New South Wales, Australia, rising floodwaters have forced uncountable spiders to seek shelter on higher ground. Sprawling spiderwebs have overtaken bushes, shrubs, fields, and the occasional dog, like the real-life equivalent of the red weed fromWar of the Worlds.

9,000 residents in the flood zone were evacuated, leaving the arachnids to build their kingdom.

from thanks to Timo

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