For a town in Australia, it looked like it was raining spiders with what has been described as “millions” of spiders descending from above. Entire fields and houses are engulfed in spider webs due to a migration technique known as “ballooning” where a spider climbs up vegetation, for example, and jumps off while shooting silk that catches the wind and carries the spider possibly miles.

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