Hordes of cicadas attack America and President Biden and cause a plane to be replaced

June 10, 2021
Hordes of cicadas attack America and President Biden and cause a plane to be replaced Hordes of cicadas attack America and President Biden and cause a plane to be replaced

Vision, Dubai United Arab Emirates:- The cicada insect caused the replacement of the plane that was to transport the journalists accompanying the US President, Joe Biden on his first foreign visit since assuming his presidential duties, to Europe, and one of them attacked the US president at the airport.

For the first time in 17 years, about 15 US states are witnessing an invasion of "billions" of harvest cicadas or "cicadas", which are famous for their red eyes and ability to fly.

US President Joe Biden was attacked by a cicada while he was at the airport before his first trip outside the United States of America to Europe, to attend the G7 summit.

A plane carrying journalists accompanying Joe Biden to cover his first foreign visit was also delayed, due to technical malfunctions as a result of the attack of "cicadas", or "cicadas" that invade large areas of the eastern United States.

An alternative plane was called to take journalists from Dallas International Airport, near Washington, DC, to the United Kingdom, after waiting for more than six hours.

And US press reports quoted that some places in these states are "really overcrowded" with insects with a distinctive buzz, as they cover walls and trees.

But in other areas, the temperature of the earth has not yet risen to the degree that the cicadas can emerge en masse, knowing that they live under the soil and appear once every 13 to 17 years.

When they emerge from the soil, these insects shed their exoskeletons and can settle on trees, doorsteps, sidewalks, cars, and even people who don't keep them away.

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