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Spiderweb as big as a picnic table will haunt your dreams
  来源:苹果蓝号检测  更新时间:2024-07-26 02:31:09

Adding to the ever expanding list of instances when Australian fauna has acted downright unfriendly, a couple has stumbled across a blanket of spider webs enveloping an entire park.

While the rest of Victoria is experiencing snow fall, the rural town of Yinnar has been covered in a different type of white substance. 

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Leslie Schmidt and her partner Bryce came across the terrifying act of nature when on a walk looking for Pokémon, of course, according to the Daily Mail Australia

"We were trying to catch a meowph (one of the creatures in the game) when we suddenly found ourselves surrounded by this enormous web. We were dumbfounded – it was like Christmas meets Halloween!’

Appearing first on the ABC Statewide Drive Victoria Facebook page, and then posted on Reddit to flabbergasted responses, the image shows a park bench befitting Ron Weasley's nightmares. 

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Despite its straight up petrifying appearance, the spread of web actually serves a purpose beyond ruining a perfectly nice picnic table.

Spiders often spin webs with this aesthetic to escape rising flood waters or after periods of intense rain. The phenomena is referred to as ballooning, although it is strongly recommended you don't bring this type of ballooning to parties.

Mashable ImageWe feel you Ron.Credit: giphy


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