What’s that? You’re worried about a little snow falling on your head? How adorable.
Meanwhile, in Brazil, it’s raining spiders.
Footage posted online yesterday shows thousands of spiders “falling from the sky” in the southern Brazilian town of Santo Antônio da Platina.
“Still do not know what causes such behavior,” writes the video’s uploader. “We are researching and will post the answer to the question here.”
I know exactly what causes such behavior. A little something called the end of the world.
UPDATE: Brazilian news portal G1 reports that this footage was captured by 20-year-old web designer Erick Reis as he was leaving a friend’s engagement party this past Sunday.
G1 spoke with a local biologist who identified the spider as Anelosimus eximius — a “social spider” species known for its massive colonies and “sheet webs.” He characterized the phenomenon as “normal,” which it most certainly is not.
2 thoughts on “Think Nemo’s Bad? In Brazil It’s Raining Spiders”
Those sure lok like some big spiders. I sure would hate to get tangled up in their web.
Sure would hate to be meandering around out there at night without realizing those things were there.