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Annihilate Those Ants

While ants aren’t dangerous in the sense that they don’t spread any deadly diseases, they can still be a big pain to deal with when you find you have an infestation of them in your yard or house. They seemingly come from nowhere, and can be very difficult to entirely get rid of. The biggest…

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Attack of the Clones

Longhorn crazy ants have been steadily spreading throughout the world, somehow outcompeting against other ant species despite the fact that their small populations should result in a lot of inbreeding, which should cause genetic defects and thus prevent this species from successfully spreading. However, scientists have observed that there are a lot of incestuous relationships…

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Grub Kitchen!

The very first insect-based restaurant in the western world has just opened in the U.K. All of Grub Kitchen’s food is made primarily from insects. The restaurant itself is bright and homely. The building was originally an old tin-roofed farm shed, and tables are made from disused railway sleepers. The whole place has a very…

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Get out you pesky ants! | Waco Ant Control

Get out you pesky ants! How do I keep them away! They are more annoying than the majority of other insects and household pests. What are they? Ants. They make a feast on our leftovers during the summer months, invading our sugar bowls and anywhere else they can find a food source. Here are some…

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Cicada Killer

Cicada Killer Molly Keck, an entomologist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, has the scoop on a massive swamp that is showing up in Texas and other parts of the country. They’re one of the largest wasps that we have in Texas.” The cicada killer wasp can grow up to 2 inches long. The insect preys…

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Aussie Spiders!

Aussie Spiders! Australia is home to many dangerous and deadly species of spiders. Though Australia is infamous for venomous spiders, according to the experts you are more likely to die of a bee sting than a spider bite on Australian shores. The records shows that no one has died from a spider bite since 1981.…

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Cleanliness is Next to Ant-liness

Cleanliness is Next to Ant-liness The next time those darn dirty ants invade your home or picnic, consider this. According to Alexander Hackmann, a zoologist who studies ants, “There are one billion insects per person in the world.” One reason for their success is that, “they’ve figured out how to cope with surface contamination.” In…

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Even Ants Have Slackers

Even Ants Have Slackers Among insects, ants and bees have the reputation as the hardest working.  In fact, in both species, there is even the special name “worker” to designate this role. Any casual observer will confirm that ants always seem to be working.  Yet research from the biology department at the University of Arizona…

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Texas Ant Control Experts | Waco, Killeen, Temple Ant Control

In the Life of Acrobatic Ants Ants have long been known to share an important trait with humans: adaptation.  New research on a variety of ants called “trap jaw” shows the remarkable ability to have adapted a predatory weapon (the “trap jaw”) as an escape tool as well. Because of the way their jaws snap…

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Fire Ants: Can You Dig It? | Waco Ant Control

Fire Ants: Can You Dig It? They’ve taken over most of the southern part of the U.S. and they probably live in your backyard. The fire ant is the most common type of ant in the U.S. and you will remember them well if you’ve received a stinging bite. But their real power is in…

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