Lookout For Ladybugs in Las Vegas, Here's Why

You may have saw last week that Resorts World released 100,000 ladybugs around their property. That means there's a good chance of you encountering a few ladybugs in the next few weeks across Las Vegas

But why?

I was curious myself, so I did a little research. Turns out, ladybugs are a way to keep all the area bug-free. Each ladybug will eat 50 insects a day, 5,000 in its lifetime. 

They’ll likely spread across the city, but that’s okay. Ladybugs protect our oaks, pines, citrus, flowers, herbs, and vegetables.

And now we've both learned something today!

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