After the bible rat plague, the “Spider Apocalypse” struck Australia, a country covered with a creepy spider web blanket
As the country fought against the bible’s plague, spider webs covered the Australian countryside, and it was called the “Spider Doomsday”.
In the heavy rains and subsequent floods in Victoria, thick blankets of spider webs were depicted across the Gippsland area.
The gloomy veil covering shrubs, grass and road signs shows spiders trying to escape from the flood and seek shelter in higher places.
These photos were shared on Reddit and posted next to the title: “If the flood is not enough, I will give you, Spider Apocalypse.”
The southeastern state was ravaged by heavy rains and strong winds, forcing thousands of people to evacuate.
Due to rains that caused power outages for residents, parts of the area were closed last week.
However, despite the fear of social media users, Professor Dieter Hutchuli of the University of Sydney determined that these insects are web spiders and said that such behavior is not uncommon after the flood.
“The webs they build are slightly different from the more familiar ones, such as ball nets. Their webs are flat and spiders usually live between two layers of webs,” he said. 7 News.
“When we encounter these types of heavy rains and floods, these animals that have spent their lives mysteriously on the ground can no longer live there and do what we want to do-they move to a higher place.”
With another 50mm rain forecast in East Gippsland this week, it is thought that spiders may stick to their survival strategy again.
Local reports show that this phenomenon is called a hot air balloon, and the weather turns cooler, prompting spiders to cover large areas of land with cloud-like spider webs, trying to avoid the humid environment.
The latest pest problem has emerged in the country’s struggle with tens of millions of raging rats that torment communities.
There have been calls The plague was declared a “natural disaster” Australians who are so frustrated can apply for insurance payments after their homes are burnt down, their cars are destroyed, and their crops are destroyed.
The terrible eruption stretches 1,000 kilometers From Brisbane to Melbourne Caused serious damage to agricultural communities in the past year.
Last week, the wife of a farmer was rushed to the hospital. When she woke up, she found a mouse chewing on her eyeball.
She is one of the many victims of the epidemic, described as the worst in more than 30 years. era report.
When the other farmer was asleep, he felt something small across his face.
Mick Harris, who lives in Narromine, about 250 miles inland from Sydney, said: “When it crawled over my cheeks from behind my ears, I felt a furry feeling. .
“It made my skin rise. My hair stood up and I jumped out of the bed.”
As Australia Winter is here, and families and car owners are forced to deal with mice and mice, looking for a warmer place.
Rodents swallowed electrical wires and caused a house fire in Narrabri, New South Wales. The car was also damaged.
Shirilee Jackson, a 31-year-old mother of three children living in Mandagery, New South Wales, said a group of rats left her car damaged beyond repair in just one night.
She told current events“Ten Shanda (£5,474) damage. I woke up at five in the morning and found that the seat belt had been bitten, and the heater unit, floor, headrest and child car seat had been bitten.
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“It’s too unreal. It’s within 10 hours.”
Australia’s major insurance companies tell customers that, unless there are other impacts, such as fire or floods, general home and property insurance and car insurance cannot prevent rats and mice.
Andrew Mackenzie, a mechanic in Orange, New South Wales, said that the damage caused by rodent infestation is getting worse and he “now buys up to four cars a day”.