Greek Beach Completely Covered in Giant Spider Webs
A Western Greek beach has nearly been taken over with more than 900 feet of spider webs.
Photos have emerged of a lagoon beach in Aitoliko, Greece, where a veil of spiderwebs has covered hundreds of feet of plants, giving the beach an eerie look. But the spiderwebs are not uncommon, according to Maria Chatzaki, an associate professor in the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics of the University of Thrace.
Chatzaki told local news site NewsIt that the spiderwebs are a seasonal...