Health and Science
(Anna Rothschild/ The Washington Post)
The case of the disappearing bugs
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Are fewer bugs hitting your windshield these days? It might be because flying insects are disappearing.
Are fewer bugs hitting your windshield these days? It might be because flying insects are disappearing.
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