The flooding in parts of Pakistan has forced spiders to flee into the tall trees. They then build their webs around the trees, making them look like giant balls of cotton candy, describes STOMPer spiddyfluff.
The STOMPer writes:
"This is an unusual phenomenon that only occurred as nature's reaction to the floods in Pakistan last month.
"The spiders that usually live on the ground have fled into the tall trees and made them their homes, by building their webs around them.
"As a result, mosquito numbers are down and there have been fewer cases of malaria in the area!
"It's amazing how a chain reaction is made from one simple act."