It is an arachnophobes worst night - stepping outside to find it is 'raining' spiders.
The astonishing sight was captured on video by Santo Antonio da Platina, a town about 250 miles west of Sao Paulo, by local resident Erick Reis, a 20 year old web designer.
'I was shooting an engagement party for some friends of mine and I saw the spiders when I was leaving, now in the late afternoon,' he told local TV station TV450000, which posted the footage to YouTube.
'I've never seen anything like it before.'
Erick said that the spiders were trapped in webs and moved a lot.
The video reveal s thousands of then moving up and down webs, appearing to fall from the sky.
Experts later identified the arachnids as Anelosimus eximius, which is extremely rare in the spider world as it is a social spider.
They are usually in trees during the day and in the late afternoon and early evening construct a giant sheets of webs, in order to trap insects.
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