Swarms of dragonflies taking over South Australian skies | 7NEWS

Swarms of dragonflies taking over south australian skies | 7news

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Huge swarms of dragonflies are taking over the skies across South Australia in numbers not seen for decades.

Experts say unseasonably cool and wet conditions are encouraging the tiny predators to feed and breed.

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