Mysterious giant cobweb covered beaches in Greece

Mysterious giant cobweb covered beaches in Greece → In western Greece in the city of Aitoliko, Tetragnatha genus spiders also known as stretch spiders wove a huge 300-meter-long web, tightening trees, bushes and grass of the coast.


Mysterious giant cobweb covered beaches in Greece

The awesome-looking picture is the result of a natural phenomenon - the demographic explosion of spiders, which create large nests for mating, and actively reproduce due to too warm weather and humidity in western Greece reports The Guardian.



western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders
A similar phenomenon was already observed in 2003. When the number of the spider population at the end of the mating season was sharply reduced, and the web woven by them decomposed naturally, without harming the surrounding flora.

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders

Shocked tourists are sharing videos of a beach covered with cobwebs on social networks, while the Greeks themselves prefer to bypass this place. Although, these spiders are not dangerous to humans and do not harm the flora.

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders

western Greece in the city of Aitolico, Tetragnatha genus spiders


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