It's not a nightmare! It's just a spider web Hundreds of feet and entire trees have succumbed to a giant cooperative spider web in Texas.  It is speculated that thousands of spiders have worked together to build the massive mega-web. It looks like a giant communal based home for the massive amount of eight legged pests. Local residents near Lakeside Park South in Rowlett, Texas have turned the spectacle into a touristy home to visit. One man brought his grandchildren with him to see the giant web because he wanted to make sure his grandkids did not miss witnessing such a rare sight. He was even quoted describing the web as "Amazing". Another local resident traveled during the miserable summer weather to visit the silk spun web. Even after going through the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension's Master Naturalist program, all this resident could say is, "It's just so cool, I don't know, I am just a science nerd, I guess. I just love this sort of thing." The spiders have spun a web so long it's like a natural net catching mosquitoes and small flies. Experts say that is likely the inspiration behind the cooperative web. Residents have left the web alone stating this type of spider is not a threat. Residents went on to say that this is a very good lesson for people actually; "We can do amazing things if we set our minds to it and work cooperatively." For more information on the giant spider web click here