Imagine waking up to a beautiful snow blanketed field outside of your picturesque farm. But wait… it’s still summer so obviously that couldn’t be snow. You walk outside your front door to take a closer look and immediately your skeleton jumps out of your skin from the most disturbing sight you’ve ever seen! Spiders! Millions and millions of creepy crawly spiders! That’s exactly what happened in a small town in Australia called Wagga Wagga. Recent floods have covered miles and miles of once lush green land with feet of muddy water. This caused the evacuation of over 13,000 people. Well, naturally spiders aren’t the biggest fans of detrimental water levels either so they took to the hills. Millions of spiders had to migrate to higher ground to escape the flooding. This caused an extreme population of the evil little creatures to congregate in one small area. Take a look at these horrifying images that are causing nightmares around the world. This is why you want to stay far away from Australia. Check out these unbelievable photos:
It looks like a light snow or fog blanketing the fields surrounding these farms.
Luckily these spiders aren’t harmful to humans however, I would NOT want to face millions of them.
With the giant web structures covering miles of land, there is no shortage of food for these spiders who are capturing every fly in sight.
I would be walking around with a flame thrower on full blast.
Residents say it’s like there’s a silver blanket covering everything in sight.
It’s like a plague sent from above. Except it’s spiders so you know they came straight from the depths of hell!
How do you even walk around?
I wish this would happen with cotton candy.
But spiders! Talk about your worst nightmare.
That’s a plot of silk.
Kill it with fire!
You can’t go anywhere without getting a face full of spider webs.
As soon as the water recedes, these 8 legged demons will return to their normal nesting grounds but until then these people are living in hell.
Luckily these spiders aren’t harmful to humans.
This one here is about to shoot a web into the air and let the wind take him further inland.
Would you burn your house down and run for your life?
Or wait for the military to come rescue you?
This is considered a national emergency, isn’t it?
Okay, maybe not an emergency but I would declare it one if it were up to me.
This place is straight out of my nightmares and I would move away immediately. Harmful or not, I don’t care. I can just imagine tripping and falling in one of these fields and being completely engulfed with millions of evil spiders! No thanks ever in a million years! I HATE SPIDERS!
Take a look at this quick video about the plague of spiders that took over Wagga Wagga! It is terrifying.
I would never want to deal with a plague of spiders such as this.