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There is a Massive Spider Hanging Under the 6th St. Bridge

11:23 AM PST on January 30, 2015

    There is a huge spider hanging over the L.A. River from the 6th street viaduct. This looks to be another project by Wildlife and Calder Greenwood, who have delighted Los Angeles residents for years with their site-specific installations that make urban life more interesting and surreal. The duo have photos on their website of the spider's previous home on the side of a building, which looked great but not nearly as striking as having it hang from one of LA's most recognizable bridges. Visible from public transport, cars, and by walking around or under the bridge, try to catch the 6th St. arachnid before it's gone. Keep reading for eight more photos...

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    Photo Credit: Stephen Zeigler

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