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Researchers in the US and UK say climate change is making it more likely that the world could suffer what are known as "extreme food shocks" - sudden crop failures that lead to rapid price rises. By the end of this century such events could happen in seven out of every ten years.
Scientists in Sweden believe they are on the brink of stopping slugs and snails in their slimy tracks and can stop them from slithering across peoples' beloved plants and vegetables – by trapping and killing them en masse.
“[Slugs and snails] usually survive the winter in our gardens as eggs,” Dr Ian Bedford, the head of entomology at the John Innes Centre for research and training on microbial science told The Daily Telegraph.
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