Don’t Like Spiders?

Published On May 19, 2015 | By Carrie Buchanan |

You must not hate the 8 legged creatures that much if you clicked.  Congratulations.  You’re far braver than I am.

I hate spiders it’s true.  I wouldn’t go out of my way to kill them.  But I will leave a room, or house, or city with a spider in it.  (kidding.  kinda)

But there is a town in Australia right now where millions of baby spiders are falling from the skies, or so it seems.  It’s part of a migration phenomenon and it looks like it’s raining spiders.  They fly in,

Millions of tiny spiders appeared to rain down on a rural town as they “flew” and landed in spider webs as part of a “migration phenomenon,” called ballooning.  Baby spiders climb to the top of vegetation and release streams of silk that are picked up by the breeze. Some spiders have been carried almost 1.8 miles above the ground and can travel long distances.

Baby Spiders Rain Down On Australian Town.



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