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Locusts: A close-up look at the swarms devouring the world's crops
by Visual Journalism Team
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16 December 2020
On 16 December 2020 BBC News reported:
Huge swarms of desert locusts are wreaking havoc in parts of East Africa, Asia and the Middle East, threatening crops, livelihoods and food supplies. It is already the worst locust infestation in decades, but the forthcoming rainy season could see numbers increase a further 20-fold in some places if swarms are not tackled. What are locusts and why are there so many of them right now?
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... But the growing and migrating swarms are also now attacking vegetation in parts of the Middle East and Pakistan, as well as threatening crops in India.
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