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A Bug’s Life

by | 14th, October 2004

‘HAVE you seen any ladybirds or ladybugs, as some of you will know them acting suspiciously?

‘It was the spotty one, officer. I never forget a face’

Maybe you came across a group of them hanging round on street corners and abusing old women? Maybe you saw one loitering around the children’s play area in the local park.

Or perhaps you caught sight of a couple casing the bank on the High Street?

If you have, we ask that you apprehend the suspicious insect (or insects) and send them to Dr Michael Majerus at the Department Of Genetics at Cambridge University.

Dr Majerus, who makes his appeal through the pages of this morning’s Telegraph, adds that the bugs in question are large

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