Gawker: A ton of snow got dumped on the East Coast this weekend. But in Brazil, it's raining spiders!?!
Last week, in Santo Antonio da Platina in southern Brazil, it RAINED SPIDERS. Seriously. According to a biologist, the spiders are a species that have massive colonies and weave huge sheets of webs together. So it looked like they were raining . . . but really it was just a ton of spiders weaving big sheets of spider webs.
There's a video online, and if you have arachnophobia, even MILD arachnophobia, don't watch it. Just imagine stepping outside and seeing a sky full of floating spiders.