Australia Mouse Plague Hits Some Rodents Feared To Be Cannibals: In Australia, now the havoc of mice, now they eat themselves crores of rats
- The New South Wales and Queensland States of Australia are battling the havoc of mice
- Farming has collapsed in both the states and the danger of it reaching Sydney
- Millions of rats have entered houses, farm houses, hospitals, schools
Australia’s New South Wales and Queensland states are battling the havoc of mice amid the corona virus epidemic. This has damaged harvest in both the states and is threatening to reach Sydney. According to reports, in this southeastern part of Australia, millions of rats have entered houses, farm houses, hospitals, schools and are polluting their excreta.
The terror of these rats has endured local farmers and destroyed crores of dollars worth of crops and equipment. Some mice have become too out of control. The situation is such that they have started eating each other. It is being told that there was a large amount of rain in the region last year after a long drought. Due to this, the faces of the farmers were blossomed and crops grew.
No use of deadly chemical to kill mice
There was also a crisis in the midst of this happiness. A large number of rats were born due to rain. Michael Payten, a farmer, said that last year we had a good crop and a lot of food was grown. He told us that we put a lot of weed in a shady place which turned into a huge hotel for rats.
Australian medical authorities have not yet approved the use of the lethal chemical to kill these mice. These chemicals are capable of killing mice. Amid opposition to the use of the chemical, Australian Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has said that a good mouse is the one who is dead.
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