Spiders take over Greek town

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Warning: Don’t go to this town if you are afraid of spiders!

Spiders of Aitoliko in Greece taken over the town.

Thousands of little spiders in the western Greek town have shrouded coastal trees, bushes and low vegetation in thick webs.

Experts think the spiders have been spurred into overdrive by an explosion in the populations of insects they eat.

Spiders, which fancy the flies, reproduced fast to take full advantage of the feast.

Residents say the extensive spider webs have another benefit: keeping down mosquitoes.

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  1. EW!! Yuck! that is so creepy but how did they get there how about they make it spider town and all of the people can move somewhere else

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