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hot dry weather might seemingly make for the perfect summer but these climate defining an unprecedented outbreak of an unlikely advisory box Beatles the critics of destroying huge areas of central Europe spruce forests which real important to the region's ecology and , droughts brought on by climate change is compromise the trees natural defenses files of creating an ideal environment for the bark beetles just born this infestation has full slenderness chop tamper patches of forest the Czech Republic hit the hardest with false waves of spruce infested last year and experts say Bach weasels and not be any insects worth worrying about all is full because show the process will be much faster than we had expected that the calamities will be even worse and that more tests are coming not only the bark beetle this challenge is out of control and humans cannot control it , the bark beetles Arnie Hoffa centimeter long mates on to the ball and lay eggs the law by making feeding tunnels in the trees mostly killing them young adults fly outs and when weather allows repeat the process once or twice a season central Europe's resource also a source of income for the timber industry and they have many other uses to conserving water helping to cool the landscape capturing carbon and flood prevention