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Swarms of mosquitoes are killing livestock in Louisiana after hurricane

Swarms of mosquitoes are killing livestock in Louisiana after hurricane

Swarms of mosquitoes have killed cows, deer, horses and other livestock in Louisiana following rain from Hurricane Laura. The mosquitoes, pushed from Louisiana swamps as a result of the storm, are draining blood from the animals, who become exhausted from blood loss and die, a Louisiana State University AgCenter vet said.

Kathy
Kathy
Mutatis
Mutatis 3 months

Yet another bs movie plot becomes reality.

slippery ninja
slippery ninja 3 months

Whenever i hear "can't get enough oxygen", I think EMF radiation...especially after South Africa got 5G and all those elephants in neighboring countries Botswana and Zimbabwe started dropping dead. I know i am knitting a tin shawl

Patrick Henry
Patrick Henry 3 months

Glad I'm not near a Louisiana swamp right now. At parties, I'm usually the mosquito magnet. They love me so much, I might've become a casualty, while they left other partygoers alone. 🙃 (''m being facetious.)

Nick
Nick 3 months

Lies. Maybe suffocation but ive never seen mosquitoes be able to bite animals with fur. Ridiculous. Its a blatent lie

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 3 months

Sounds like one of the worst ways to die.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 3 months

Death by mosquitoes? That's a new one. Now how long before someone blames Trump?

Beep the boop
Beep the boop 3 months

In Alaska they just fly off with the host.

slippery ninja
slippery ninja 3 months

Right After Bill Gates Released all those GMO mosquitoes?????

Daniel
Daniel 3 months

Louisana? Bon Temps?

Richard Bond
Richard Bond 3 months

Just like certain peoples have done to certain societies through sucking the lifeblood of the working people.

Avery Lee
Avery Lee 3 months

Swarming insects are the best argument in favor of flamethrowers I have ever heard.

eddy yetty
eddy yetty 3 months

OMG 😰🤢

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