Spider Webs Cover Entire Greek Lagoon

Spider Webs Cover Entire Greek Lagoon

Spider Webs Cover Entire Greek Lagoon

Residents of the besieged town reveal that in the days leading up to the completion of the spider web the region has seen swarms of mosquitos hit the town.

It's not quite the World Wide Web — but the spiders of Aitoliko in Greece have made a good start.

Photos have emerged of a lagoon beach in Aitoliko, Greece, where a veil of spiderwebs has covered hundreds of feet of plants, giving the beach an eerie look.

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High temperatures have sparked a sexual frenzy among the spiders, causing them to build a vast network of webs alongside the lagoon in Greece. Though those with phobias may find the sudden presence frightening, experts say these spiders aren't unsafe to humans and were likely just taking advantage of favorable mating conditions.

A university professor said it's as if the spiders are "having a party" due to the conditions.

Maria Chatzaki, professor of molecular biology and genetics at Democritus University of Thrace in Greece said a combination of factors resulted in the flawless conditions for spiders to flourish.

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Chatzaki noted that it was a seasonal phenomenon that occurred mainly at the end of the summer and early autumn and arose from a "population explosion". "They mate, they reproduce and provide a whole new generation", Chatzaki said. They were presumably attracted by an increasing mosquito population in the area, the presence of water, and plenty of heat.

Mr Giannakopoulos added it was "a odd an unprecedented spectacle".

"The spiders will have their party and will soon die", she said, per the BBC.

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Scientists say the arachnids are merely enjoying the attractive weather and availability of food, taking the opportunity to "party".

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