A Missouri Department conservation worker took a picture of a giant spider, and the department’s social media followers couldn’t help but comment on its scary appearance.
The intricate, circular web was built between two trees, and from the point of view of the photo it looks huge.
The web was created by an orb weaver spider, an arachnid known for its intricate web design. They are large in size – about half an inch for rats – and are usually hairy or cup-shaped. Department’s website. Spiders help control populations of flies and other annoying bugs, but this is not the first thing that comes to mind.
Facebook users commented on how great it was to see a web of this size in October, and one also said that “it was the kind that would literally ‘catch’ people if they walked through them at night.” Are. “
Others praised his beautiful work and shared their feelings on the spider. Many commented on finding a new place to live, while others joked that the photo should have been a disclaimer for those who are afraid of spiders.
But others found beauty in the spider’s essence, one user said, reminding her of a lace. Another user said it was a rebirth at work: “Cristo is back as a spider!” Mentioned Ideological artist who passed away earlier this year.
While these spiders are quite common, they definitely get Halloween fans in a seasonal mood.