It's Raining Spiders in Brazil
Last week, spiders descended in droves upon a town in southern Brazil â€” literally.
When 20-year-old web designer Erick Reis left a friendâ€™s house on Sunday, he saw what looked likeÂ thousands of spiders overhead, reported G1, a Brazilian news site, on Feb. 8. The large, sturdy spiders were hanging from power lines and poles, and crawling around on a vast network of silk strands spun over the town of Santo Antonio da Platina.
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