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A enormous swarm of locusts—8,000 times larger than before—could descend on East Africa

8 Jun 2020

As the pandemic starts to spread through the region, an exceptionally large swarm of crop-destroying insects could also be coming.

As COVID-19 cases grow in East Africa, massive swarms of locusts are also growing—with a new wave of breeding insects poised to put nearly five million people in the area at risk of hunger and famine.


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