Hundreds of thousands of bats gathered in the city
In Australia, the small city of Ingham was captured by a huge colony of fruit bats, scaring the locals. It is reported by news.com.au .
Currently, hundreds of thousands of bats have gathered in the city, which significantly exceeds the population of the city, which is 4300 inhabitants.
“It’s like a flying tornado over a city,” said the city dweller Adam Kaurila.
A huge colony of mice first chose the botanical gardens in the city, and then moved to the trees near the elementary school and kindergarten. The number of bats in the city is only growing.
“It seems to me that every Australian bat is now in Ingham. The problem is that there are more and more of them, soon the city will not be able to accommodate everyone,” Mayor Ramon Jayo said.
Local residents complain of an unpleasant smell in the city, which appeared with bats, as well as the constant squeak of animals. Some parents are seriously worried that bats can spread dangerous diseases.
For example, Adam Kaurila and his wife are thinking about picking up children from school until the “flying tornado” clears the city.
Australian bats are carriers of the zoonotic virus, which is closely related to the rabies virus. It can be transmitted to people through bites and scratches.
A biblical plague” just about to begin?
In early February in Pakistan there was an extraordinary invasion of locusts.
The exact same thing happens in East Africa:
When it all started there, the local media were still competing in epithets and calculating whether this was the strongest invasion in 100 or 25 years? But in early February, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya and other local countries declared the same state of emergency.
Judging by what is happening all over the world, the Earth is definitely in some kind of bad mood, the “biblical plague” is just about to begin, and in fact it has not even begun.