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Archive for the ‘bugs’ Category

Are they weird or unusual, yes?

Insects adapt and continue to adapt to the surrounding world, “Absurd creature of the week: This is an actual Insect. This is not a joke.

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What wine goes with that bug?

Laithwaite’s Wine has produced a wine guide on how to pick a wine for whatever insect you may want to eat. “British wine experts create guide on how to pair edible insects with fine wine

OK I know what you’re thinking not a chance, but remember 7 billion people. It’s just a matter of time till we can feed the entire world. So stay tuned for more eating bugs facts. I know, I know – groooooooosssssss.

 

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Bedbugs cause the “creepy” feeling

If you ever had Bedbugs I think it is difficult to get over that “creeped out feeling”. This story is from Canada but stills plays a part in the learning process for all of us. “Bed bugs can lead to mental health problems

 

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This story is “OUT THERE”, what do you think?

CAUTION —- CAUTION, graphic language and general weirdness

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Every once in a while you run across a story that you just have no words to describe. This is that story! There is language in this story and WOW I’m having trouble just trying to write this. “Meet the man who loves the feel of bugs…

 

 

Researchers have sequenced the Centipede genome

Strigamia maritime, a venomous and carnivorous centipede species that can be found on the coast of the Moray Firth in Scotland, has provided scientists with an insight into the evolution of myriapods (a subphylum of arthropods that includes centipedes and millipedes), a group that first evolved over half a billion years ago.

Published by PLOS Biology “The first myriapod genome sequence reveals…” this article might be easier to read “First centipede genome sequenced but scientists still grappling at multiple legs mystery

 

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