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Ghostly Cocooned Trees, Sindh, Pakistan 2010.

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At the edges of submerged farm fields in the village of Sindh, the massive floods of 2010 in Pakistan sent millions of spiders+other insects into the trees to spin their webs.
See National Geographic link for article and more photographs, (courtesy Russell Watkins, U.K. Department for International Development.)
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OMG, spiders? Wouldn't catch me walking under there!


I've read a lot about this when it occurred. The photos from National Geo are incredible. Thanks, Amazonia.


I'd prefer not to! Lol. It's pretty remarkable though, eh? the article from National Geographic has more pics + all of the trees are shrouded in the same way, so yeah, it must be millions!


Can you imagine how many spiders it took to spin all those webs.

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