As if this story wasn't already scandalous, things just got a whole lot more interesting!
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Sunday night marked an annual mayfly hatch along the Mississippi River.
And boy did things get gross, quick.
The bugs spend their larva days in the mud of the Mississippi River until its hatching time, when they swim up to the surface and emerge as adults.
While they do make a great meal for frogs and birds and more, there are just so many of them it's crazy.
How else are you supposed to deal with arachnids?
A West Seattle man accidentally burnt down his house when he was scared by a spider in his laundry room.
Apparently the man told fire officials he was trying to kill a spider in his laundry room with a can of spray paint and lighter.
WTF is wrong with people, at the very least the paint would ruin the room. If we could shake our heads any harder they'd fly off.
Kyle Moore with the Seattle Fire Department said:
Have you ever eaten a bug before?
Chocolate covered ant perhaps? Scorpion filled lollipop? Anything?
Well, we all know we eat like 20 spiders every night when we sleep or whatever, but most of us would never dream of eating a bug.
But should we? Should we dream of eating bugs… and then actually do it?
There usually aren't any defenders in the game of golf but that wasn’t the case for European Tour player Pablo Larrazabal out on the green this week!
In the middle of the Malaysia Open’s second round, Larrazabal was suddenly swarmed by giant angry hornets!
The 30-year-old Spanish player tried to fight them off but there proved to be far too many of the stinging insects!
He finally ran to the lake along
Researchers in Macedonia came across a pretty crazy sight: a young snake tried to eat a giant centipede and they both ended up dying.
The crazy part is, the snake got the best of the centipede, eating it whole — but we guess the young female nose-horned viper didn't kill its prey! Instead, it ate the centipede alive!
This was no small centipede either! It was huge, weighing more than
An eye for an eye leaves the world blind, but what about an ant for a bike?
When two thieves, 18 and 19, near Cochabamba, Bolivia, stole motorbikes from nearby Amazon villagers, things got bad for them pretty quickly.
They were caught and tied to two trees… covered in venomous ants!