Arachnophobe's nightmare: 'Floating' spiders fill sky in Brazil

Skin-crawling footage shows a sky filled with spiders in Minas Gerais, south eastern Brazil, as the eight-legged creatures weaved a giant ceiling-shaped web.

Video of the phenomenon pans across the sky, which appears to be covered in black dots.

João Pedro Martinelli Fonseca filmed the video at his grandparents’ farm in Espírito Santo do Dourado, about 250km north-east of São Paulo, the Guardian reported.

He told local newspapers he was “stunned and scared,” the outlet reported.

Spiders are suspended in giant webs in Minas Gerais, south eastern Brazil.

The phenomenon is not uncommon during periods of hot and humid weather, the outlet reported.

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