(POP America) -- Those with arachnophobia should steer clear of a North Texas park this Labor Day weekend. That's because trees and shrubs along a 200-yard stretch of trail at the park has been taken over by a massive spider web.
Experts say they're baffled by the huge mosquito trap at Lake Tawakoni State Park. Describing it as a "once-in-a-lifetime event," scientists believe the creation could be the result of social cobweb spiders which worked together to form the intricate web.
Park officials say the web has attracted many visitors while its driven away others. They expect to last until fall when the spiders will start to die off.