Visitors to a Papamoa, New Zealand park were shocked to find this vast field filled with spiders and their webs. Instead of flowers, trees, and all the other lovely things you might find in a park, this one was slightly different.
The web blanket was roughly 30 meters long and covered with millions of tiny spiders.
One visitor, Tracey Morris, was able to capture the horrifying footage, explaining:
“There was a bright glistening coming from the top of the mound. It looked almost like the hill was sparkling.
For me, it was being at the right place at the right time yesterday to see a phenomenon which is rarely seen.”
It turns out that flooding in the area was the reason that the webs appeared, turning this football field into a real-life nightmare. What. A. Sight.
Who knows how exactly they got there? And who knows just when will they leave? Leave and never come back, please!
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