On the Las Vegas Strip right across from the Mirage is this. In Sin City it's the insect invasion putting on a show. No one can escape. They popped up out of nowhere. A 24-7 onslaught of grasshoppers that really sticks with you. What the heck, did you're all covered in locusts. For many the first impression felt downright biblical. A migrating hoarded bug so big. You could even see them from space. Experts say is soggy winter plus a mild spring made conditions perfect for the pallid winged grasshopper. A migratory species that should be gone in a few weeks but till then.
One thing they're known to do is mate and that's why there's so many of them around here. To make matters worse, they're attracted to bright, especially white lights. Finding their match made in heaven on the Vegas strip. I've seen people running around away from the grasshoppers. Scientists say the invasions only happened a few times over the past 30 years and the grasshoppers pose more of a nuisance than a threat. Either way the critter takeover has those in Sin City hoping for once. This is kind of weird. What happens in Vegas. That's gross. Doesn't stay here.
She was startled when Lisa popped up at the door all smiles...
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