Scientists puzzle over mysterious web found in Peruvian Amazon

09/6/2013 | LiveScience.com

Scientists are scratching their heads over a bunch of circular web-like structures about 0.8 inches wide found by a Georgia Tech grad student in the Peruvian Amazon. Troy Alexander posted photos of his find online, hoping the Internet community might know what they are, but to no avail. "I have no clue," said McGill University arachnologist Chris Buddle. It's "a seriously fascinating mystery."

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