spiders web in Australia | You must not have seen this spider web, a woven ‘white sheet’ spread for many kilometers in Australia, Australia : spiders web stretching across trees, road signs and paddocks

spiders web in Australia | You must not have seen this spider web, a woven ‘white sheet’ spread for many kilometers in Australia, Australia : spiders web stretching across trees, road signs and paddocks

Australia : spiders web stretching across trees, road signs and paddocks

Knitted web of spiders spread for many kilometers in Australia.&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspTwitter

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  • Spiders have migrated to higher places to avoid heavy rains and floods.
  • They have woven a net to protect themselves, this net is light and delicate
  • This net of them is spread for many kilometers, they are not in danger

Canberra : We all have seen spider webs in old houses and gardens. There is nothing surprising or new about this, but the web of spiders in Australia remains a topic of discussion these days. Actually, the Gippsland area of ​​Australia is littered with spider webs these days. Light white colored sheet is lying all around. In this area of ​​Victoria province, millions of spiders spread their web in such a way that people are surprised to see it. This amazing web of spiders extends to trees, fields, roads and bushes. When the wind blows, this web of spiders moves with a white sheet. However, experts are not telling people any danger from this.

Spiders came to high places to escape from the flood
In fact, due to heavy rains in the Gippsland area, a flood-like situation arose. To escape from the flood waters and to protect themselves, the spiders moved towards higher places. For this he did ‘ballooning’. Spiders do ‘ballooning’ to get out of a particular place. In this ‘ballooning’, they expel a kind of substance from inside themselves which is like thread. This thread thrown by them gets stuck to the surrounding vegetation.

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Millions of spiders went to high places at once
Last week, Victoria received heavy rain and strong winds. This caused floods in the state and damage to properties. To avoid this, the spiders started going to nearby trees and high places. The special thing is that this incident of millions of spiders going to high places happened simultaneously. In the process of moving from lower places to higher places, these spiders spread their webs in such a way that their web is spread over an entire area of ​​Gippsland. At one place, the net has a distance of more than one kilometer. It is being told that this web of spiders will end after a week.

With the help of a net, travel 100 km
In Victoria, this phenomenon of web formation usually occurs during the winter. Australia receives the most rain during this time. When it rains, spiders weave such a thin and delicate web, with the help of which they cover a distance of about 100 kilometers from the gusts of wind. Being lighter than the wind, this net is wrapped with trees, tall grass and road signs. It helps the spiders to climb up.

‘Mouse plague’ also caused damage in Australia
Subject experts believe that these spiders are not going to harm humans, but other spiders of this species are considered quite dangerous. It is said that between 2000 and 2013, about 12,600 people had to be hospitalized due to spider bites. There was also an outbreak of rats in Australia this year. The ‘mouse plague’ spread in the eastern part of the country caused huge losses to the farmers.

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