A gigantic swarm of locusts that belong to a plague that has ravaged millions of acres of crops across east Africa has been spotted reaching the Chinese border.
Billions of the insects have destroyed food supplies across Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia in what has been described as the worst plague for decades.
The clip is believed to have been taken on the Xinjiang border in the west of the country on February 15.
It shows the blue sky filled with the locusts as far as the eye can see.
The plague has flown across the Red Sea into Europe and Asia in recent days.
Pakistan – which borders China – recently declared a national emergency over the locusts.