Giant communal spider web at Lake Tawakoni State Park, Texas
Credit: Photo by Donna Garde on 08/23/07 Copyright Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept.
An arachnaphobe’s worst nightmare, the gauzy, insect-laden web drew more than 3,300 curious visitors over the three-day holiday to this 376-acre park on the shore of Lake Tawakoni, 50 miles east of Dallas. On Labor Day, the park recorded 1,275 people visiting just to see the web.
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