nasty new mosquito is invading U.S. And people ask why I hate bugs so much.

nasty new mosquito is invading U.S. And people ask why I hate bugs so much.

Giant Desert Centipede Is A Living Nightmare – Breaking Trail with Coyote Peterson-Discovery Kids

Giant Desert Centipede Is A Living Nightmare – Breaking Trail with Coyote Peterson-Discovery Kids

Watch for Jumping Springtails in your Lawn and Mulch

Watch for Jumping Springtails in your Lawn and Mulch

A world with no mosquitoes might have a radically different food chain. Find out what would happen if mosquitoes went extinct.

What if mosquitoes went extinct?

A world with no mosquitoes might have a radically different food chain. Find out what would happen if mosquitoes went extinct.

Follow these 7 steps to a healthier you! You will have more energy, better focus, positive attitude and more!

Follow these 7 steps to a healthier you! You will have more energy, better focus, positive attitude and more!

4 facts about ants include.. -Ants are as old as dinosaurs -Ants practice slavery -Ants have basically conquered the globe -Ants have already survived a mass extinction

4 facts about ants include.. -Ants are as old as dinosaurs -Ants practice slavery -Ants have basically conquered the globe -Ants have already survived a mass extinction

BAD: Pharaoh Ant  University of California IPM

BAD: Pharaoh Ant University of California IPM

Endemic and epidemic are two terms used for epidemiology to describe the occurrence and longevity of a disease. As shown in the picture endemic has the lowest time for the continued occurrence of a disease while epidemic is in the higher end of time a disease lasts among a greater size population.

Endemic and epidemic are two terms used for epidemiology to describe the occurrence and longevity of a disease. As shown in the picture endemic has the lowest time for the continued occurrence of a disease while epidemic is in the higher end of time a disease lasts among a greater size population.

Arctic Mosquitoes Are Growing Faster With Rising Temperatures | IFLScience

Arctic Mosquitoes Are Growing Faster With Rising Temperatures | IFLScience

Ants, pound per pound  compete with humans as the most abundant species. The synchronization of their work resembles aspects of the human brain. So how do they do it?  They have highly developed senses of smell totaling about 400 receptors. These allow them to communicate and react with each other and their environment. To learn how it works click the image!

Ants, pound per pound compete with humans as the most abundant species. The synchronization of their work resembles aspects of the human brain. So how do they do it? They have highly developed senses of smell totaling about 400 receptors. These allow them to communicate and react with each other and their environment. To learn how it works click the image!

Personalized Medicine: Matching Treatments to Your Genes

Personalized Medicine: Matching Treatments to Your Genes

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