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One moment the spider was there, the next monent it was gone. It spiderweb, in fact the entire tree with it. Some leaves feell to the soil scorched and burning. The trees next to the empty patch of soil were also removed, one by one. Little rodents hiding far underneath the roots of the forest felt the disappearances as small thuds and were subsequently caved in on when the structures ensuring their tunnel-network’s continued existance, stopped existing.
Another spider, years later, dared drag a wounded insect into the dry soil. The insect and spider were both boiled alive in instants.