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Plagues of locusts are swarming large areas of southern Russia, threatening thousands of acres of crops and in some places darkening the skies. A video shot by a local man in Achikulak, a village in the Stavropol region, shows thousands of the bugs swarming towards a church. Other videos, screened by local TV channels, showed clouds of locusts flying overhead.
“It was very frightening,” Lubov Timus, a local woman who lives in Achikulak, told ABC News. “Some were as big as your finger! They came like a clouds.”
originally posted by: misskat1
I read awhile back that the people who survived the locust plague were the ones that harvested them after they destroyed their crops and ate them to survive.
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
a reply to: Blue_Jay33
Yikes. Which seal of the revelation is this? Haha.
Seriously though, I remember some very similar occurrences in upstate NY in the 60s and 80s. Suckers were everywhere and stripped pretty much all the greenery in their path.