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    Following the record high temperature in summer, the number of ladybugs has substantially escalated in the United Kingdom, and since the cold weather has started to set in, the insects are searching for warmer places to hide, the Sun reported.

    Thousand of ladybirds have invaded the homes of the UK residents in search for the hibernation place, the British media said. 

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    British citizens have shared photos and videos of ladybugs crawling around their homes. 

    One Tweeter user posted that she was "invaded".

    Some tweets noted that the "invaders" were Harlequin ladybird, or Harmonia axyridis, which is not a native species to the UK.

    Harlequin ladybirds: Asian beetles swarming into UK homes as they threaten native species https://t.co/dJJiFLyfkt


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