By Lee Speigel
When Tracey Maris and her family decided to spend Easter Sunday at the Gordon Spratt Reserve in Papamoa, on New Zealand’s east coast, they couldn’t anticipate what awaited them on their arrival.
They noticed something gleaming and fluttering on the grass ― and it wasn’t flowers. It was row after row of a ribbon of cobwebs apparently spun by thousands of tiny spiders, according to SunLive.
“The web started at the top of the mound which is up above the soccer fields,” Maris told SunLive. “It went almost right down to Papamoa College. I read an article about the …read more
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