Spiders flee from floods in Australia. Photo

Barbed wire, covered with cobwebs, in Wagga Wagga, Australia, March 7, 2012.

Heavy rains, struck the eastern Australia in early March caused severe flooding in New South Wales, resulting in damaged houses, bridges and farms. The damage amounted to about $ 530 million

Spiders, escaping from the floods left behind vast areas, dressed in a web. The water level in the river rose to Murrumbidgee 10.56 meters, but now began to fall slowly. The local people are extremely concerned about the situation. After all, there are areas where you can not take a step because of the spiders. Reuters photographer Daniel Munoz visited the city of Wagga Wagga. Let's look at what he saw.

Flooding in the city of Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, March 5, 2012.

Wild plants, covered with cobwebs, near the city of Wagga Wagga. Thousands of spiders in search of refuge from the floodwaters left behind vast areas shrouded web.

Local residents are facing a flooded road near Wagga Wagga. Floods in eastern Australia, have forced about 13,000 people to flee their homes.

Houses stand in a field covered with cobwebs.

Shrouded in a web of bush.

A woman walking with her dogs on the field, covered with cobwebs.

The spider spins a web on a fence in Wagga Wagga.

Wild plant, covered with cobwebs.

Barbed wire, covered with a dense web.

Snake swims through a flooded area near the town of Forbes, 300 km west of Sydney.

Wild plants, covered with cobwebs, near Wagga Wagga.

Spiders weave webs of wild plants.

Fields covered with a dense web of near Wagga Wagga.

Dog walking on the field, wrapped in cobwebs.

Spiders flee the floods near Wagga Wagga.

Spider crawling on a web of barbed wire covered in a field near the city of Wagga Wagga.

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