when the cameras stop rolling...

By Bethan Walker | 6 February 2012

This scene from Sindh, Pakistan reveals an unexpected after-effect of the huge floods which hit the area during 2010. As water levels rose, thousands of spiders took to the trees to escape. Because the flooding had such a devastating effect and has taken so long to drain away, many trees have become cocooned in the spider’s webs. Local inhabitants say that they have never witnessed such a phenomenon before.

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