Building a future on bugs Centipede Vodka? No thanks, right? No bugs needed! Or is there really a market for just that? Insects are the newest delicacy. Roasting ants, sautéed mopane and even tarantula infused alcohol seem to be all the rave. Insect farms are now booming across North America, even spanning to a few…

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What makes wasps be such jerks? Who knew that just like humans, bad behavior of wasps turns out to be family related? Wasps are very village family oriented, doing their work on a daily basis for the good of the group instead of the good of just one. Every year hornets and yellow jackets will…

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A patch to stop mosquitos? I’ll take 10! In a recent study, scientists have located a facility that is actually creating a patch to be worn by humans that will disorientate mosquitoes, making us virtually invisible and unwanted to their confused senses. The study walked a user through every home remedy and chemical you can…

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Glowworms Turn Caves Into Natural Starscapes Stunning, enchanting, and ethereal aren’t adjectives you’d usually find being used for worms or bugs. But when you get a chance to see the “glowing grubs” lighting up New Zealand’s underwater caves, you just might be inclined to concur with wondrous awe. These magnificent incandescent creatures are actually New…

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Gliding Spiders Make an Appearance A recent science journal published the first study done on various animals that have gliding or flying potential. Among the animals that the group studied, it included a unique kind of spider that is relatively thin compared to how large the spiders are. These flat spiders, which live in the…

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The Hollywood Spider horror films have led to many nightmares in the past, but nothing on the big screen could prepare anyone for truly seeing spider webs consuming entire groups of trees like they recently did in Rowlett, Texas. Down a single road filled with trees, entire webs covering the leaves and branches of these…

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