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Science, environment, and LOST Ladybugs

By Scott Perez
Special to News From Indian Country

Seeing a ladybug brings good luck. Ladybugs are a gardener’s friend. For years children sang. “Ladybug, ladybug, fly away home…” Everyone likes ladybugs.

Or, at least, everyone did like ladybugs. Then something odd happened. Ladybugs started to congregate by the thousands. They swarmed to buildings, crawling under siding, into the eaves, and even into people’s houses, leaving a mess and dying inside. They started to bite and smelled bad. And folks began to wonder, “What is going on here? Why did this start to happen?”

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