Punctual plague of locusts swarms Egypt just in time for Passover3/3/2013
Egypt has festively gotten in the Passover spirit by enduring a swarm of millions upon millions of locusts. The locust plague struck in the Giza region, devastating agricultural areas 15 miles outside of Cairo. The Egyptian armed forces are trying to control and contain the swarm, but civilians are instructed to not burn tires (apparently a DIY remedy for a storm of crickets) or try to deal with the infestation themselves. If you're looking for a silver lining to this cloud of locusts, here's a small one: The bugs are considered a viable food by some. And if we'd just watched them eat our farm, we'd chomp them by the handful, too. [Source]
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