Frame: Daily Star
Residents of the English County of Nottinghamshire complained about flooded their homes the hordes of mating mosquitoes. This publication reports the Daily Star.
The locals are afraid to open Windows or stay in the garden, as they fear the accumulation of insects.
May 22 teenage girl MIA Bozeman (Mia Bosman) of the village of North Muskham woke up in the middle of the night and found her room filled with thousands of mosquitoes.
42-year-old Jenny (Jenny) I heard her daughter calling for help, and saw that the whole room and ceiling in their house is covered with flying insects. “The daughter began to remove them on the phone. It was like being in a horror movie. I live in a village three and a half years and never seen anything like it. Mosquitoes were everywhere, we vacuumed the ceiling and windowsills for a week. They continued to appear,” she said.
Local residents claim that no such cases have occurred over the past 30 years.
51-year-old Brian Manley (Brian Manly) said that the store was out of bug spray, as many have used it to protect against insects from their homes.
Dr Chris Terrell-Nield (Chris Terrell-Nield), lecturer ecologist at the Nottingham Trent University, offered his theory. “This is most likely a species of mosquitoes called mosquito zvontsov the. They usually appear EN masse swarm and mate. During the regime of strict isolation around fewer boats, fewer fishermen, fewer people, so now such a large concentration of mosquitoes, he explained.
Earlier it was reported that the inhabitant of suburb of Birmingham, County of West Midlands, shot on video, as her car was surrounded by hordes of giant flying insects. After passing through the swarm, the woman turned to carefully to see insects, which by that time became even more.
Video, photo All from Russia.