A city in the western United States is overgrown with weeds 05:16

The city of South Jordan, located in western Utah in the United States, was covered in tumbleweed over the weekend. This was reported by KSL News.

A strong wind blew thousands of these plants into the city. Disrupting traffic, tumbleweeds piled up on South Jordan streets, covering cars and rolling into garages.

Currently, public services are busy cleaning the streets.

Residents of the city reacted to the situation with humor, describing the rolling grass as invasive.

Previously, scientists from the National University of Singapore I learnedIt is stated that destructive locust swarms may become more common in the near future due to increased rain and winds caused by climate change.

Before that, scientists from Imperial College London I learnedin fact, moths do not fly towards the light, but rather avoid artificial lighting in every possible way.

Former natural disaster specialist warned About the formation of hurricanes in Russia.

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Source: Gazeta

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