The pampas town of Santa Isabel is being hit by a plague of huskies that has taken over the parks, pools, patios and drains. The unusual way they found to fight them.
Although it is usual for these visitors to arrive every summer, this year the high temperatures caused a surprising invasion to arrive. The best example to portray what they are living in that town of La Pampa is that a family had to call the Police to help them remove the husks that were on the roof of the house, in total they took out 5 complete boxes of insects , as reported by El Diario de La Pampa.
These bugs “tend to agglomerate in cities because of the light and are very annoying and smelly,” Cindy Fernández, who introduces herself as a meteorological communicator, explained on her Twitter.
“To combat them, some localities turn off public lighting and light drums with fire to attract them. They are harmless but fly uncontrollably and hit everything they encounter hard. The quantity and weight of these insects can damage roofs and structures, ”he continued.
Finally, he clarifies: “They are harmless but they fly uncontrollably and hit everything they encounter with force.”