Not everything is always as it appears. On a second look and close inspection of these photos that we have here, you will see what the pictures hide, and when you do, your mind is going to be no less than blown! Of course, you must have come across such instances earlier too, but what we have here, is simply of another level! Check these out!
Australia has recently found water flooding its low-lying areas, and in such conditions, humans have been forced to move to higher grounds. But it's not only people who are migrating. Spiders have also migrated to higher areas, and this has led to spiders occupying human houses and farms in incredibly large numbers! What looks like snow here is actually a deep layer of spider web! And because of the poisonous nature of many spiders, the people are not taking the invasion lightly.
Spiders are a very common phobia. And if you too suffer from arachnophobia, you understand the deadly crisis that these spiders have created. Walking through the fields can end you up with covered with from a single spider to a dozen spiders over you!
The prime invaders are the wolf spiders, which create their home underground. Due to the nature of their choice of habitat, they are the most affected, and so are the majority of migratory.
Most people's houses have been spared by the spiders, although the rest of the ground have been taken over by spiders. Reports say that any tree or field you see is covered with webs!
Spiders are some extremely intelligent creatures! The point of creating webs in mid-air is to proper them out of the ground in case water begins to seep into their underground homes!
Scientists say that once the flood recedes, the spiders will return to their earlier habitats. Till then, humans will have to enjoy this company of spiders!
What many people are now asking is why it had to be spiders? Except for spiders and snakes, any animal invasion would have been fine. But why spiders! And that too, wolf spiders? As you can see from the picture itself, these spiders look extremely horrendous!