Why Does The United States Contain An Unusually High Number Of Invasive Termites?
Within the last century, six non-native termites have established an invasive presence within the state of Florida. This makes the state of Florida home to the greatest number of invasive termites when compared to all other US states, followed closely by Hawaii with five invasive termite species established. The manner in which these non-native termites…Read More
How Can Termites Defend Against Ant Invasions?
How Can Termites Defend Against Ant Invasions? Many people assume that termites and ants are mortal enemies. It may be true that ants and termites are not on the best of terms. And it is not at all uncommon for ants to kill termites. However, ants and termites are not necessarily engaged in an eternal…Read More
Worker Bees That Lay Eggs During A Queen’s Absence Are Lacking In Maternal Qualities
Honey bees are among the most studied of all insect species. This makes sense considering the economic importance of honey bees. It is well known that honey bee colonies are ruled over by a queen bee who lays both fertilized and unfertilized eggs. The unfertilized eggs develop into male drones that are incapable of sexual…Read More
A Grey Fox That Bit A Young Boy Later Tested Positive For Rabies
Grey foxes are abundant in most areas of the United States as well as southern Canada and Mexico. Grey foxes are often found inhabiting rocky canyons and ridges, but they are also prevalent within dry grassland regions and areas of open desert. Interestingly, the grey fox is the only member of the fox family that…Read More
Researchers Have Been Releasing Mosquitoes And Fleas Into Populated Environments For Sinister Purposes For Decades
At this time last year, news surfaced concerning the Pentagon’s research into malaria-eradication methods. While this sounds like a humane ambition, critics suspect that this story is merely a cover for the government’s true intention of developing weaponized mosquitoes. Hopefully, the government is engineering mosquitoes to carry infectious disease for the purpose of disease-eradication, and…Read More
State Wildlife Officials Captured Photos Of A Two Foot Tall Squirrel
Humans are no strangers to squirrels, as human and squirrel habitats largely overlap. This means that just about every American has spotted wild squirrels more times than can be counted. So, if anyone claimed to have spotted a two foot tall squirrel in the wild, any American would certainly dismiss such a claim as pure…Read More
How to Pest-Proof Holiday Decor
The Rare Hairless Raccoon That Resembled A Mythical Creature Has Died Despite Receiving Constant Medical Care
There are many people who believe that undocumented and rarely seen creatures, like bigfoot and the Jersey devil, exist naturally in the wild despite a complete lack of documented evidence to support such a scenario. The natural tendency to entertain ridiculous and sensational ideas of this sort was well represented recently by the discovery of…Read More
Residents Are Complaining About Sustaining Stings From Bees That Allegedly Originated From Their Beekeeping Neighbor’s Personal Hive
Neighborhood feuds can become ugly, but most of the time these conflicts get started over trivial matters, such as ugly lawn ornaments that are not approved by the HOA, or large trees with canopies that hang over a neighbor’s property line. However, an ongoing feud that involves several homeowners in one Missouri neighborhood is becoming…Read More
Can Wood Rot Attract Termites?
Life is hard enough as it is without having to tolerate high stress levels within the comfort of your own home. After a long day at work, or after an unpleasant camping vacation with your parents, it is nice to return to your own home in order to unwind for hours (or days) in your…Read More