A new heavenly punishment hit Russia: the Ulyanovsk region was attacked by an invasion of butterflies
The invasion of butterflies in the Ulyanovsk region of Russia/Collage of Channel 24
Russia continues to suffer from anomalous natural phenomena. After deadly hurricanes, forest fires, floods and tornadoes, the aggressor country was attacked by an invasion of butterflies.
The huge swarms of insects became known on the 150th day of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, on July 23. Photos and videos of the invasion of pest butterflies in the Ulyanovsk region began to be massively published by Russian telegram channels and the media.
Insects gobbled up about 2 thousand hectares of Russian forest
< p>On the night of July 23, residents of the Russian Ulyanovsk region began to massively complain about the invasion of butterflies on social networks – insects began to beat against the windows of their houses, fly into apartments and circle in huge flocks around street lamps.
A flock of butterflies circles around a street lamp in Ulyanovsk: watch the video
According to eyewitnesses, they have not seen such a number of butterflies in the region for dozens of years . It is noted that insects are genera of gypsy moths, typical forest pests.
Insects “clung” to a pole in the Ulyanovsk region of Russia: watch the video
A few days earlier, a Russian the regional office of the Ministry of Nature reported that the caterpillars of these butterflies hit about 2 thousand hectares of the local forest.
Invasion of pest butterflies in one of the regions of Russia/Photo from Russian social networks
Other natural anomalies in Russia: briefly
- Recorded in the Krasnodar Territory powerful tornadoes in the sea – terrible videos from the beaches near the villages of Krinitsa and Betta, the Russians began to upload on social networks.
- In the Russian resort of Sochi, almost a real apocalypse has been happening in the last few days – the streets were flooded with showers so much that the water demolished cars.
- Earlier, a powerful hurricane passed in Moscow and the region – people were crushed by trees, roofs and building facades were torn off. At least 1 dead and 10 injured are known.
- In a number of regions of the aggressor country, large-scale forest fires broke out in April – dozens of houses were destroyed and damaged, cars were on fire, and the Russians complained that no one was on fire. extinguishes.