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Bad News for the Swiss

Dr. Haye, affiliated with the Center for Agriculture, indicates that there’s proof of this species undergoing changes in response to climate change. Although these bugs are not indigenous, their population is predicted to surge, as warmer climates favor their proliferation.

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High Altitudes Unsafe

In his research paper, Dr. Haye speculated on potential locations of infestation, suggesting that these bugs might migrate towards the foothills of the Alps and southward. He further postulated that higher latitudes could become suitable habitats as the climate continues to alter.

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