Sometimes natural calamities creates weird phenomena. There was a huge flood arrived on 2010 in Pakistan which disrupted lives of 20 million people and its arachnid population. While fifth of the population got submerged many spiders climbed up the tree to flee flood rising water. The water took goodbye to recede, the trees became covered during a cocoon of spiderwebs. The result’s an eerie, alien panorama, with any vegetation covered during a thick mass of webbing. However, the weird phenomenon could also be a blessing in disguise. Britain’s department for international development reports that areas where the spiders have scaled the trees have seen far fewer malaria-spreading mosquitos than could be expected, given the prevalence of stagnant, standing water.