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Ahmad Ali
Ahmad Ali

i don't know that it happens only in Pakistan or anywhere else but as I am a Pakistani and i would like to share that its usual in my country and its not because of flood or anything else like that but mostly I saw such kind of trees in non-populated areas

Emy Ary
Emy Ary

i wonder why those spiders need to wrap this tree? is it because they want to save this tree for upcoming flood so that their home ll not get destroy?

Fiza Khaleeq
Fiza Khaleeq

OMG these spiders are in PAKISTAN eeeewwwwwww....!!!!!!!!!

Muhammad Kamran Younis
Muhammad Kamran Younis

@Fiza Khaleeq 
Would you like to write for a magazine in Urdu language?

It's a youth based magazine and the articles we'll feature will be about science, tech, space, interesting historical events, success stories, biographies of famous and successful people....etc...
Kindly let us know.

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