As thousands of residents evacuate flood-hit towns in Australia, spiders have had no choice but to spin huge webs in a bid to save themselves from rising floods waters.
Hanging from trees and bushes, the ghostly cobwebs transformed what were once green spaces after the River Murrumbidgee burst its banks.
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He told news.com.au: “They often do it as a way of dispersing and getting into a new area. In an event like this, they are just trying to escape the floods.”