(FOX NEWS) Those who suffer from arachnophobia beware.
Last week, people in the city of Albury in New South Wales, Australia encountered an eerie sight — silky webs coated the land, teeming with millions of small baby spiders.
The spiders parachuted down from the sky, a process known as "ballooning," reports CNET.Usually during May and August, Outback arachnids throw their webs up into the air, moving in large formations through the sky.
Arachnophobes – are you still reading? These spider colonies then travel through the air and fall in masses of web and silk down to the ground, coating everything from farmlands to buildings.