posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 08:10 AM
Nice! I clicked the 'hot topic' link to say - I don't understand how these things, especially a spider, can get caught in sap like this, when it
always seems to be slow and gooey, and ooze down a tree. And it seems others do too! Spiders would surely have enough time to move? Unless they've
perhaps got caught in a very tiny bit first. Maybe with one leg in and impossible to get away, they decide to seal their fate in an artistic way like
Maybe just the portrayal in this "action shot". A bit like if you or I were to be turned to stone by Medusa. You instantly strike a "The Scream" pose
& that's it you're like that for the rest of eternity
Maybe I'm just dumb.
There's probably a hundred possible reasons why these two ended up like that, in that moment of time. But it'd be great if science (or ATS
speculation) could figure out how this sequence came to pass.
...encased in amber probably got there when they flew or crawled on to the fresh seeping sap and then got stuck. The sap oozed over the trapped
...speculates this website
. Interesting and great photo though, really gets you thinking about nature
capturing the action for our wonderment & enjoyment thousands of years later!!
ess & effed!
edit on 9-10-2012 by markymint because: Spelling II: The Spelling