An Enormous and terrifying spider web has sprung up in Greece overnight, covering everything from trees to shrubs near a lagoon.
A video shows the web’s thick blanket cloaking trees, bushes and shrubberies near the shore, with a quick shot of two spiders that appear to be mating.
The region’s high temperatures have formed ideal conditions for the spiders, who quickly transformed the shrubbery into a mating den to have their own “party”.
An increase in the mosquito population is also thought to have contributed to a large number of spiders in the region.
The rapid creation of such webs is said to be unusual, but not completely unheard of.