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Spiderweb-engulfed trees in Pakistan after a great flood

In July 2010, 10 years of rain fell into parts of Pakistan that left millions of people (and spiders) homeless.

As a survival mechanism, spiders took homage and blanketed some of the trees.

What resulted were cotton-candy, ghost-like cocooned trees that protected the locals against a rash of mosquitoes.

Spiderweb-engulfed trees in Pakistan after a great flood
Spiderweb-engulfed trees in Pakistan after a great flood
Spiderweb-engulfed trees in Pakistan after a great flood

Photos by Russell Watkins

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