Source Pravda.Ru

St.Patrick’s Day poses a threat to Australia’s ecological system

Australia is a very good country, but it has a disadvantage – there is no clover there. But there are the Irish people, who celebrated St.Patrick’s Day on March 17. They actively send clover by mail to their relatives in Australia.

This year the Australians decided to fight with illegal clover “deliveries,” which, as the specialists say, may bring unknown diseases of plants to the fifth continent and disturb its unique ecological system. The specially trained dogs and X-rays help to find the illegal clover.

Translated by Dmitry Sudakov

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