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SWARMS of locusts have infested a huge area of eastern Australia roughly the size of Spain after recent floods, ravaging farmland, a top official says.
Chris Adriaansen, head of the Australian Plague Locust Commission, said the quick-breeding creatures had hit from Longreach in Queensland in the northeast to Melbourne and Adelaide - about 500,000 square kilometres.
Originally posted by alexgia
reply to post by Retrovertigo
Yuck, even chocolate covered I say YUCK!!!!
Good grief, now locust. Maybe they could be taught to pollenate and the loss of the bees could be minimized. Sure TPTB could tweek there DNA..