How insects spring to attention | Cosmos – Cosmos

Cosmos How insects spring to attention | CosmosCosmosModelling reveals the trade-offs involved when animals use spring-like structures to get around. Fiona McMillan reports.

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100-million-year-old liverwort mimicry in insects – HeritageDaily

HeritageDaily 100-million-year-old liverwort mimicry in insectsHeritageDailyCamouflage and mimicry are pervasive throughout the biological world as part of the usual interactions between predators and their prey, allowing both to avoid detection. Among insects, the icons of mimicry include familiar stick and leaf insects, leaf …

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Chinese farmer unleashes swarm of hungry cockroaches to chew … – South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post Chinese farmer unleashes swarm of hungry cockroaches to chew …South China Morning PostFormer pharmaceutical worker says his waste disposal system is an environmentally friendly option to fermentation.Chinese farmer unleashes 300 million hungry cockroaches to eat …The Straits Times all 1 news articles »

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Native carnivorous plant eats insects in Kisatchie – News … – Beauregard Daily News

Beauregard Daily News Native carnivorous plant eats insects in Kisatchie – News …Beauregard Daily NewsA carnivorous herbaceous plant is thriving in Kisatchie National Forest.

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Drug-addicted prisoner eats three live COCKROACHES from a Pringles can in exchange for synthetic drug Spice – Daily Mail

Daily Mail Drug-addicted prisoner eats three live COCKROACHES from a Pringles can in exchange for synthetic drug SpiceDaily MailThis is the disgusting moment a drug-addicted prisoner willingly eats three live cockroaches from an empty Pringles can in exchange for the synthetic drug Spice. The video shows a circle of incarcerated men encouraging the inmate to…

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Protection Groups Fighting To Protect NC Trees From Invasive Insects – WFAE

WFAE Conservation Groups Fighting To Protect NC Trees From Invasive InsectsWFAEIn Asia and the Pacific Northwest part of the U.S., the hemlock woolly adelgid does not have the same impact as it does in North Carolina since a predator-prey relationship already exists between the woolly adelgid and native insects. Some 3 million …

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Chinese farmer unleashes 300 million hungry cockroaches to eat food waste – AsiaOne

AsiaOne Chinese farmer unleashes 300 million hungry cockroaches to eat food wasteAsiaOneHe said he already had about 300 tonnes of cockroaches and planned to expand that total to about 4,000 tonnes to be able to process 200 tonnes of food waste from Zhangqiu and neighbouring cities per day. The American cockroach is one of the…

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Task force visits Hong Kong's poor in the flats they share with bottles full of bed bugs – South China Morning Post

Task force visits Hong Kong's poor in the flats they share with bottles full of bed bugsSouth China Morning PostMembers of the Task Force on Land Supply were shown a “bottle of bed bugs” after they visited subdivided flats in Sham Shui Po on Sunday. Led by Stanley Wong Yuen-fai, the task force's chairman, and…

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Native carnivorous flower gobbles bugs in Kisatchie – Post South

Post South Native carnivorous plant feeds insects in Kisatchie Post South aThe first thing I saw about the( yellow pitcher flower) is the sheer elegance of it, a added Jim Caldwell, Kisatchie National Forest Public Liaison, Recreation, Heritage and Staff Officer. aThe pitcher weed is so interesting, the lane it is determined and …

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11 Little-Known Survival Hacks Every Nature Lover Should Know

Let’s face it, most modern parties aren’t equipped for existence. Sure, there are the few hardcore survivalists here and there, but for the most fraction, the rest of the population wouldn’t know how to survive an cataclysm if it punched them in the appearance. There are a few tips, nonetheless, that everyone should know. Here…

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