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Ladybug swarm caught on weather radar

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Meteorologists in Southern California got a strange surprise on Tuesday night when they spotted a huge blob on the National Weather Service radar. Appearing to be about 130 by 130 kilometres (80 miles), it was moving southward over San Bernardino County.

"It was very strange because it was a relatively clear day and we weren't really expecting any rain or thunderstorms," meteorologist Casey Oswant of the National Weather Service in San Diego told NPR.

"But on our radar, we were seeing something that indicated there was something out there."

https://www.sciencealert.com/a-swarm-of-ladybugs-was-so-huge-it-showed-up-on-a-weather-radar

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Iilaa'mpuul'xem

WOW... that's incredible.

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ParanormalMike666

Ick

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Seti42

It was bigfoot. Wake up, sheeple!

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Berwen

Awesome, I hope they don't try to destroy any of them because they are most beneficial. No more aphids. 

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