Second, Bigger Wave of Locusts Will Plague East Africa - Experts

The new swarms expected to hatch in May 2020 will be descendants from the first generation that the Horn of Africa countries are battling to contain with little or no success. Scientists estimate that the swarms in the region will be 400 times bigger by June if successive generations are not eliminated.

Desert locusts destroy vegetation at Mukinyai Farm in Kenya's Nakuru County.


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