Spider web with more than 300 meters covers a beach

Seasonal phenomenon creates creepy scenery

Seasonal phenomenon creates creepy scenery

Warmer weather in a region in western Greece creates a chilling scenery.

A huge 300-meter-long spider web covered an area of greenery by the sea in the town of Aitoliko, Greece, according to the Daily Hellas website.

Experts say this is a seasonal phenomenon, caused by tetragnatha spiders, they are able to build large nests for mating.

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