In Missouri, US, the Forest Department has found a spider net equivalent to a common man’s footstool. Locals also reached large scale to see such a large net. Seeing the vastness of this spider web, people could not believe that it was real. When the forest department officials told that this trap was woven by a spider named Spider Weber, people came to believe.
The net is spread between two trees
This spider web is spread between two trees. Its length and width can be understood from the picture itself. Some people in social media praised the weaving of this spider web, while some people said that in the dark of night, a man can get involved in this web. He said that he may have died due to this sticky substance and being in the forest in the dark night.
Environmentalists issued a warning
Many American environmentalists have asked people to beware of this spider. They say that they can also put webs in your garden and around the house, which can cause serious harm to a small child by being trapped.
This spider made such a huge net
The Forest Department reported that the Spider Weber spider is known for its intricate weaving patterns. There are many species of orb-weaving spiders in the Missouri region, all of which are called spotted orbvers. It is also not easy for many experts to distinguish between some of them. The length of this spider is usually less than an inch.