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Insects News Archive
It's attack of the mega mosquitos!!!
In Florida, this summer, things are going to get pretty scary!!
Mosquitoes up to 20 times the size of a normal 'squito, will be terrorizing the state!
Uh oh! The U.S. is being INVADED!
By 'crazy' ants!!
The Nylanderia fulva, or "tawny crazy ant," is a tiny little ant that can cause some pretty BIG problems!
They're originally from Argentina and Brazil, but they're making their way into the U.S. in places like Texas, Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana.
These crazy ants are even worse than red fire ants! They're actually eliminating the fire ant population! But that's not exactly a good thing…
'Crazy' ants eat everything from livestock to electronics!!
Hide yo laptop, hide yo iPhone cause crazy ants are coming!!
They once caused over $140,000,000 in damage to electrical equipment in Texas in one year!!
Check out the video (above) to learn more about these insect invaders!
In Moody, Texas, Larry Goodwin, 62, was pushing an old chicken coop over with his tractor, trying to clear it from his property.
A simple chore turned into a fatal attack when a swarm of killer bees came out of the coop and attacked Goodwin.
His neighbor, John Puckett said:
Seven high school seniors pulled off a prank of epic proportions, but were caught and now will have to pay the price!
The senior students, who attend East Carter High School in Grayson, Kentucky, unleashed an estimated 10,000 crickets into the school's halls.
The school though did not find the prank humorous
Paul McCartney certainly is a veteran performer.
It'd take more than a few bugs to get him to mess up a live show.
Actually, we feel like it'd take nothing short of a plague of locusts to throw him off his game.
That's kinda what happened to him at a show in Brazil.
While up on stage, for almost three hours, he was surrounded by grasshoppers, several of which landed on him while he was performing.
One in particular sat on his shoulder while he played.
Paul ended up naming the little guy Harold. Ha!
What a professional, to be able to keep playing and even make light of the situation.
Check out the video (above) to hear Paul talk about his locust buddies then still continue the show!
Bumblebees always seem the friendliest of all the bees!
They usually don't sting, and they look kind of funny as they bumble along.
But apparently it's hard out there for a bumblebee!
Here's some TERRIFYING bumblebee info from a recent science-tastic report:
Be VERY afraid!
A brand new type of tarantula has been found in Sri Lanka with a leg span of 8 inches. That's about the size of a face.
Scientists believe they are part of the Poecilotheria genus, and they're finding them not just in the forest.
But in old buildings, too!
Here's what a scientist said: