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   Undertoad  Thursday Mar 31 12:23 PM

Mar 31, 2011: Spider trees



Pakistan flooding: ten years of rain fell in one week, 20 million people were affected, 14 million needed immediate humanitarian assistance. At the height of the crisis the water spanned an area the size of England.

And the water took forever to recede. And some animals had instincts to avoid it.

Including spiders. Millions of spiders climbed up into the trees to escape the rising flood waters.

Have a nice Thursday!



glatt  Thursday Mar 31 12:37 PM

Creepy



Cloud  Thursday Mar 31 01:35 PM

ick. Mirkwood.



infinite monkey  Thursday Mar 31 01:52 PM

Well, so much for sleeping for the rest of my life!



Clodfobble  Thursday Mar 31 02:23 PM

How long before they start starving? If the spiders have taken over the trees, where do all the other bugs go?



Undertoad  Thursday Mar 31 02:39 PM

They say all the mosquitoes are gone even though the place is full of standing water! The spiders et them all! So it's not so bad.



Gravdigr  Thursday Mar 31 05:09 PM

Yikes.



Rhianne  Thursday Mar 31 07:18 PM

I'm not sure of the facts here. Spiders often do something very similar to that in mile after mile of gorse bushes around here in the summer.



Diaphone Jim  Thursday Mar 31 08:29 PM

We've had at least two IOTD's (both by UT) about tent caterpillars. They look enough alike in the posts and in my neighborhood to make me wonder about these.
IOTD's for 8/8/06 and 6/5/10
http://cellar.org/iotd.php?threadid=11424
http://cellar.org/iotd.php?threadid=22880



toranokaze  Friday Apr 1 12:37 AM

spider-tree spider-tree does whatever a spider-tree does



Gravdigr  Friday Apr 1 12:55 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by toranokaze View Post
spider-tree spider-tree does whatever a spider-tree does
I'm kinda embarrassed I didn't think of that.


Big Sarge  Friday Apr 1 01:08 AM

burn them!!



ZenGum  Friday Apr 1 04:20 AM

Never mind the bugs, where do the birds go?



SPUCK  Friday Apr 1 06:13 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by ZenGum View Post
Never mind the bugs, where do the birds go?
Into the spiders..


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