Desert Locusts Swarm in India – Worst in 27 Years

by Nobin Raja M. and Priya Ranganathan

Desert Locust Swarms in Northern India are the worst in 27 years and will affect food security. These swarms have already affected 13 countries and now India’s Rajasthan State and are moving toward Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, and Maharashtra States.

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