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The Day the Spider Ants Erupted

The Eight-Legged Apocalypse

By Teresa Leyva Published about a year ago 1 min read
The Day the Spider Ants Erupted
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It was a beautiful afternoon in my school laboratory, and a team of five student scientists and I were studying a new species of spider ant. The creatures are highly intelligent and aggressive, but suddenly strange things begin to develop. Valerie, one of the team members, shouts, See! The spider ants have escaped. We were forced to flee and run for our lives, and soon the spider ants began to terrorize a nearby town.

The residents are surprised by the animals' speed and fierceness. The spider ants are able to climb walls and ceilings, and they can bite through flesh with their powerful jaws. The creatures also have a venomous sting that can kill a human in minutes.

As the death toll mounts, the townspeople begin to panic. They barricade themselves in their homes, but the spider ants are relentless. They eventually break through the barricades and begin to systematically kill the townspeople.

A small group of survivors banded together to try to stop the spider ants. They are led by a scientist named Dr. Susan Tyler, who knows more about the creatures than anyone else. Dr. Tyler and her team develop a plan to lure the spider ants into a trap, but it is a risky plan. If they fail, the spider ants will overrun the entire town.

The plan works, and the spider ants are all killed. And my team, among other survivors, is relieved; but we know that the spider ants are not the only threat. There are other creatures out there, just as dangerous, and they are waiting to strike.

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Teresa Leyva

I am a storyteller, writer, advisor, and adventurer. I love to use my words to connect with people, inspire them, and help them see the world in a new way.I love to travel, to try new things, and to push myself outside of my comfort zone.

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  • Ronald jacksonabout a year ago

    I can put this into movie! Nice

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