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It’s Raining Spiders in Brazil – Check Out This Crazy Video!

A ton of snow got dumped on the East Coast this weekend and, as it goes, everyone freaked out. But compared to the weather in Brazil, 30 inches of snow is a BLESSING.

Last week, in Santo Antonio da Platina in southern Brazil, it RAINED SPIDERS. Seriously.

According to a biologist, the spiders are a species that have massive colonies and weave huge sheets of webs together. So it looked like they were raining, but really it was just a ton of spiders weaving big sheets of spider webs.

There’s a video online, and if you have arachnophobia, even MILD arachnophobia, don’t watch it. Just imagine stepping outside and seeing a sky full of floating spiders.

(Gawker)

Here’s the video:

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