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Archive for April, 2017

Deadly Fungus Is Slowly Destroying Some Midwest Bat Populations

April 13th, 2017

You may have heard of a deadly fungus that is attacking bats all across the United States. Now it looks as though the epidemic that is hitting US bats is more serious than initially thought. A recent survey conducted near the caves of Missouri has shed some light on how devastating this disease is to…

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The 2017 Spring Bug Barometer

April 12th, 2017

The 2017 Spring Bug Barometer (Click to Enlarge)

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Where Are Different Spider Distributed In The United States?

April 11th, 2017

There are some who wrongly believe that any type of spider can live anywhere in the United States. However, just because someone may have a pet tarantula that does not mean that that tarantula could survive in natural conditions. This seems obvious enough, but believe it or not, many people think that spiders, like the…

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What Is The Difference Between Raccoons And Raccoon Dogs? | Georgia Raccoon Control

April 10th, 2017

What Is The Difference Between Raccoons And Raccoon Dogs? | Georgia Raccoon Control Many of you have probably never even heard of raccoon dogs before, and if you have seen one once, then you probably did not recognize it. Both raccoons and raccoon dogs both appear quite similar to one another in that they both…

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New Terrifying Spider Is Discovered In The United States

April 7th, 2017

While two entomologists were walking through an old abandoned mine in Baja, California they stumbled on what is perhaps the ugliest beast that either of these men had ever seen. The beast can only be described as a bizarre looking and enormous spider that neither of the entomologists from the Natural History Museum were able…

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Researchers May Use Ticks To Develop More Effective Adhesives

April 6th, 2017

Researchers May Use Ticks To Develop More Effective Adhesives Ticks are not good for much other than sucking blood, but the method that ticks use in order to adhere to skin is now being researched in order to possibly develop super sticky adhesives. Ticks are great at sticking to skin and this is due to…

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Chipmunks And Squirrels Can Carry The Plague

April 4th, 2017

If you have never heard of the plague before, then you must gain at least a basic understanding of European history. A few centuries ago, an epidemic disease that is now known as the plague ravaged Europe. Unfortunately, it turns out that both squirrels as well as chipmunks can carry this disease. The plague is…

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The Mosquitoes Unique Flying Techniques Amaze Researchers

April 3rd, 2017

The Mosquitoes Unique Flying Techniques Amaze Researchers When it comes to mosquitoes most people are aware that they spread a multitude of diseases, but most people do not know much about mosquitoes beyond this fact. This is a shame since mosquitoes possess many unique features. Believe it or not most researchers are only now learning…

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Pest & Termite Control Blog Round Up!

April 2nd, 2017

Ants Invading Homes | B&B Pest Control Swarming Termite Season | The Termite Boys 10 Bed Bug Facts | Johnny B’s Pest Control Fifty New Spider Species Are Discovered Largest Dose Of Antivenom Ever Becomes Necessary After A Boy Sustains A Bite From A Venomous Spider Can Spiders Be Mailed in An Envelope? Do Spiders…

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April 2017