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Amazing photos of giant spider webs in trees in Pakistan

At first sight I thought these trees were a Photoshop confection, but nature is often more ingenious than the human imagination. What looks like dirty candy floss is actually spider webs, where they climbed trees to escape the recent Pakistan floods.
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