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Rhinoceros Beetles

The Rhinoceros beetle is called “Oryctes Nasicornis” in Latin, the name of the beetle that is called Rhinoceros in our country. This insect species is known to be the world’s strongest insect among the insect species because it has the property of transporting up to 30 times the weight of[…]

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Insect Bite

Insect bites usually do not give much signs at first. Burning, itching, redness and then show itself with the effects. After the first time you do not feel much pain, maybe you can not stand the effects. Insects usually bite for the purpose of blood sucking. As the number of[…]

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Fungus Beetles

Fungus beetles, like all insects, are also known for their image and behavior that disturb us at home. The length of the damp bug is 2 to 3 cm with its tail. It can be brown bronze, bright silver color, the back is similar to a small, caterpillar-shaped caterpillars fixed[…]

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Interesting Insects

Interesting Insects There are millions of different kinds of insects living in the world. Some of the beetles are extremely cute while others are extremely scary and frightening. The common feature of these tiny creatures is that they do not have bones. Instead of bone, there are hard shells that[…]

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June Bugs

Dozens of different species of Phyllophaga wear the June bug moniker since they make their appearance during the first month of summer. You might also know them as “May Beetles.” The adults emerge and congregate on screens and near lights in mid- to late-May and June to mate before laying[…]

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Earwigs

Even though earwigs prefer dark, snug places, they really don’t want to be in your ear canal burrowing to your brain to lay eggs, as the unnerving legend states. Their common name is possibly the oldest of any insect in the English language, dating as far back as the 11th[…]

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Cockroaches

Facts about cockroaches Cockroaches have been around since the time of dinosaurs! A cockroach can live almost a month without food. A cockroach can live about two weeks without water. Some female cockroaches only mate once and stay pregnant for life! A cockroach can live for up to one week[…]

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