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How to Get Rid of the Not-So-Sweet Sugar Ants?

January 21st, 2021

Sugar ants—while the name sounds sweet, a sugar ant infestation is a big nuisance. These pesky pests don’t appear solo but appear with their crew. So, if you encounter a single sugar ant? Don’t let that small creature fool you. There is an ant colony inside your home. An ant infestation can be a bigger problem…

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Simple Ways to Kill Cockroaches in Your Home

January 20th, 2021

Let’s face it – cockroaches are irritating living organisms found in different parts of the world. Over 4,500 different types of roaches are available across the globe. However, research shows that only a small number – 65 types – are found in the United States of America. Cockroaches can transmit deadlines diseases such as leprosy,…

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Where Do Bugs Go During The Winter

January 17th, 2021

Some bugs migrate to warmer climates during the winter months; some hibernate, while others are learning to stick out the cold months thanks to global warming. Bugs have a variety of ways of surviving the winter months. Often times spiders, insects and all types of arthropods will resort to “invasion” in order to avoid succumbing…

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Wildlife Control Experts

January 15th, 2021

Wildlife Control | Bug Busters USA It is not unusual for homeowners to find that a group of raccoons, skunks, possums or some other wild animal had gone through their garbage during the night. These wild animals take every precaution to make sure that they are not caught in the act, as they know that…

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Cockroaches Evolved To Hate The Taste Of Sweets In Order To Avoid Poisons

January 12th, 2021

After 350 million years of survival, it’s fair to say that cockroaches are doing something right. Over this time period, the cockroaches evolved many adaptations that made them so hardy. However, one adaptation in particular stands out. Cockroaches have changed their internal chemistry in a way in which glucose no longer tastes sweet, but bitter.…

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How Mice Are Evolving

January 7th, 2021

It turns out that mice living in New York City are evolving to better adapt to their new environment. A team of scientists has captured several white-footed mice from parks in New York City to find out if they had been adapting to the urban ecosystem, and they found out that there is a degree…

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The Asian Subterranean Termite

January 4th, 2021

As beautiful as Florida is, for some reason, it is also a huge draw for invasive species. This makes the state a great environment in which entomologists can study invasive species and what makes them attracted to a certain area. Florida in particular is a great target because it is a tourist and commercial hub…

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Naked Mole Rats are…Interesting

December 30th, 2020

Naked mole rats are one of the weirdest mammalian species out there, even when you take out the fact that they are completely hairless. They have a very high pain tolerance, can survive 20 minutes without any oxygen, they do not age, and they are immune to cancer. As if that wasn’t enough to make…

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These Ants Have Jaws That Are Designed Like Bear-Traps

December 27th, 2020

Ants are not the most fascinating of insects. They are tiny, and you have probably inadvertently killed more of them than you could ever count. However, ants are an amazingly diverse group of insects. Some ants can cause serious pain with their bites, whereas other ants can tunnel through the ground with an efficiency that…

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The 411 on Grey Squirrels

December 23rd, 2020

How Dangerous Is A Grey Squirrel Infestation? Have you ever heard something making noise in your attic at night? Well, you might just have a squirrel infestation, and as cute as they may seem to be, squirrels can be incredibly destructive pests. Exterminators get thousands of call-outs for squirrels every year, because they can cause…

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