Well, when it comes to the news that they're living apart, we guess it's not that easy to hide.
Now Nick has finally responded to the rumors, and his answer confirms our worst fears for the pair. He said:
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This is just awful!!
65-year-old Jenny Pomeroy died after a severe allergic reaction to a painful fire ant sting!
Last week, at Pomeroy's Buckhead condo, she was sitting by her pool when a fire ant stung her!
She knew she was allergic but didn't have much time to react after being stung. She quickly went into anaphylactic shock.
That means her entire body had a serious allergic reaction!
She was rushed to the hospital but eventually died days later due to complications. So sad!
That's absolutely awful!! Our hearts and thoughts go out to her family and friends.
Check out the video (above) to find out a little more about this sad story.
Do NOT sign us up for this ritual!
There's a trial along the path to manhood for those living in the Amazon jungle… the bullet ant test!
It's hard out here for a
Turns out, a species of ants will follow each other into massive suicide.
The war between insects and arachnids has come down to one final epic battle!
Admittedly we're a bit grossed out by both.
But this intense fight is worth a watch.
Totally impressive or totally creepy?
When a city floods, humans stack sandbags and raise levees. When a fire ant colony floods, the ants link up to form a literal life raft.
According to new research,
"They'll gather up all the eggs in the colony and will make their way up through the underground network of tunnels, and when the flood waters rise above the ground, they'll link up together in these massive rafts."
In less than two minutes the ants can link "hands" to form a floating structure that kept all the insects safe.
You would think the ant on the bottom would be SOL but even the ants down below survive, thanks to tiny hairs on the ants' bodies that trap a thin layer of air.
This sounds terrifying!!!!!!
Ophiocordyceps unilateralis, is fungus that can "mind control" ants—scientists announced Wednesday.
The fungus species can infect an ant, take over its brain, and then kill the insect once it moves to a location ideal for the fungi to grow and spread their spores.
All four known fungi species live in Brazil's Atlantic rain forest, which is rapidly changing due to climate change and deforestation, said the study leader.
"It is tempting to speculate that each species of fungus has its own ant species that it is best adapted to attack."
"This potentially means thousands of zombie fungi in tropical forests across the globe await discovery."
There better not be any human mind-control fungi!
We couldn't believe our eyes when we saw this!
Researchers decided to conduct a study on the giant anthills that litter the African plains. In order to do so, cement must be poured into the colonies, allowing it to dry. Once the cement is hardened, the colony can be dug up from the ground
After pouring more than 10 tons of cement into the anthill, the researchers were amazed at what they found.
The ant colony stretched more than 26 feet below the ground and took up 530 square feet!
We would hate to step on that anthill!!!
The unbelievable aspect of it all is the design. It's as if an architect had sat down and designed everything! It's built to maximize airflow and efficiency. Wow!
The animal kingdom continues to amaze us!