You gotta give it to Mazda–when it does a recall, it does it in style. None of the fuel leak or brake line nonsense. Nope, when Mazda recalls a cars, it does it because of spiders. Spiders! The Japanese car maker is recalling more than 65,000 cars over concerns that spider have spun webs in car vents. The recall includes 50,000 cars in the States and 15,000 in Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.The presence of the webs could clog the fuel tank’s vent, leading to fire. Mazda said that it hasn’t actually received any reports of accidents caused by the webs, but it has found more than 20 tanks with webs in them.The recall affects 2009 model Mazda6s. The car maker has no idea why the arachnids are targeting that model specifically. I mean, who wouldn’t be interested in such an affordable mid-sized vehicle?