The bugs were evolving, growing faster than we could have ever imagined yesterday it was flight, today their size. We weren't sure what kind of genetic mutation had occurred, but we knew we would soon be overrun.
I knew there had to be a way to stop them, but it was getting harder and harder to avoid them. They had infested entire cities, communities had fallen. In such a short time, they had become a plague; a threat to human civilization, no, a threat to human existence . . .