I assume I am late to the party with this – but this is one very interesting phenonomon…

27 Jan 2012 admin In G+ Posts

I assume I am late to the party with this – but this is one very interesting phenonomon based on how nature deals with natural disasters…

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2011/03/pictures/110331-pakistan-flood-spider-trees-webs/

This is the Result of Flooding In Pakistan – Amazing how Nature can deal with disaster in many cases so much better than we can…

Photographs courtesy Russell Watkins, U.K. Department for International Development

Comments: 7

  1. Jane Sage 27 Jan 2012 Reply

    scary

  2. Matthew Kelly 27 Jan 2012 Reply

    Looks like tent caterpillar. They're a nuisance where I live, not sure if they would have them in Pakistan though.

  3. Paul Pavlinovich 27 Jan 2012 Reply

    No flies near there that's for sure

  4. Brent Burzycki 27 Jan 2012 Reply

    As long as they are up there – no issues here….

  5. Richard Tang 27 Jan 2012 Reply

    haha imagine not knowing theirs spiders and climbing up that tree

  6. Paul Pavlinovich 27 Jan 2012 Reply

    +Richard Tang you wouldn't know?

  7. Mel Messina 27 Jan 2012 Reply

    It's interesting to note the comments made in the article, they make some pretty persuasive points about it NOT being spiders 😉

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