www.yahoo.comTremendous swarm of bugs crawls across the Outback
A wild video from near Quilpie, Australia, a town in Eastern Australia about 600 miles west of Brisbane, caught thousands of slater bugs moving across red dirt in the middle of the Australian Outback. The sheer number of creepy crawlies moving across the dirt almost made it look like the surface of the Earth itself was moving. Slater bugs--also known as roly-polyies, woodlice or pill bugs--are multi-legged, land-living crustaceans that can be found in moist areas across much of the world, includ
Yawn, just another day here in Australia.
Once we finish with the crocodile wrestling and kangaroo rustling, I'll head out and see what I can do with this lot. I probably need to clean the red back spiders out of the car mirrors first and it usually pays to check the engine bay for hidden brown snakes, but she'll be right, mate.