Spiders Invade Australian Town

Thousands of spiders have escaped the floodwaters inundating the town of Wagga Wagga in New South Wales, Australia, by moving to higher ground and building massive networks of interconnected webs over raised sticks and bushes. They have covered entire fields with snow-like coverings. Meanwhile, the floodwaters show no sign of subsiding from the town, declared a disaster area: 9000 people have been evacuated.

Farm Covered With Spider Webs

Trees Covered With Spider Webs

Dog Walking under the Spider Webs