Millions of caterpillars have been draping their webs over trees, shrubs and even gravestones in parts of Britain.
Cherry trees on Jesus Green in Cambridge have had their leaves stripped and been left covered in cobwebs.
The creatures are ermine moth caterpillars and they appear to be having a bumper year. They emerge as the weather warms up and may be flourishing because the harsh winter killed off predators like ladybirds.
Southend Cemetery in Essex has been invaded too with cobwebs spun around the trees and the gravestones.