Just a few days ago, two men had a shocking experience after poking what appeared to be a hibernating animal resting near Alamos in the Mexican state of Sonora. Social media people were stunned to discover that it was actually a nest of thousands of spiders. You might not have overcome with the chilliest sight, but there is another clip which is now everywhere on social media platforms. It is not less than a nightmare; the footage has been posted online which shows the sky in Brazil filled with hundreds of spiders, raining down from above. Two Curious Men Poke Furry Mysterious Hibernating Animal in a Mexican Cave & It Erupts Into Thousands of Spiders Nesting.
According to media outlets, it was a Brazilian teenager who witnessed the incredible sight when visiting his grandparents in Espírito Santo do Dourado. The locals described the scary as the sky, “raining with spiders”. The arachnids, believed to be Parawixia Bistriata spiders, they were actually moving about on top of a vast canopy-like web. Experts suggested the sight to be ‘typical’ for the region when it is hot and humid forming a temporary shared web. Toto Song 'Africa' is Playing Somewhere in Namibian Desert 24x7; Here's Why.
Watch Video of Spiders Raining From Sky in Brazil.
The spectator Joao Pedro Martinelli, a student, filmed the entire scene at his grandparent’s farm. The student’s grandmother, Jercina Martinelli was quoted in a local newspaper, as translated by The Sun, “There were many more webs and spiders than you can see in the video. We’ve seen this before, always at dusk on days when it’s been really hot.” According to the experts, Parawixia Bistriata spiders and their webs are harmless. Their venom is not dangerous to humans. They are popular to be social types of spiders who like to make their webs high up.