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Insect-Pests Will Soon Kill All Of The Red Pine Trees Within Acadia National Park

September 7th, 2017

Insect-Pests Will Soon Kill All Of The Red Pine Trees Within Acadia National Park Insect-pests are by no means uncommon in the United States. But it is rare to see an entire species of tree wiped out as a result of one insect. Unfortunately, this is precisely what has been happening in Acadia National Park.…

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Do Solar Eclipses Make Bugs Do Strange Things?

August 17th, 2017

In case you do not know, we are due for a solar eclipse. On August 21st a solar eclipse will occur. Seeing a solar eclipse, especially for the first time ever, can be fun even for those of you with no interest in astronomy. When solar eclipses occur, the suns’ rays are obviously blocked by…

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Pests and Allergies

July 28th, 2017

Bug Busters USA recommends the following tips for safeguarding homes against pests that cause asthma and allergies: Keep food sealed and stored properly, and clean kitchen floors and counters daily. Dispose of garbage regularly and store in sealed containers. Seal cracks and holes in homes, including entry points for utilities and pipes and in screen…

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More Insect-Based Foods Are Reaching Grocery Store Shelves

July 13th, 2017

It is difficult to surf the Internet these days without encountering an article that touts the benefits of edible insects. It is quickly becoming common knowledge that insects have been regarded as food by many cultures around the world. Many countries, especially Asian countries, embrace many different types of insects as legitimate sources of nutrition.…

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Insects Could Be Used For Drug Testing Trials Instead Of Animals

July 12th, 2017

Insects Could Be Used For Drug Testing Trials Instead Of Animals When it comes to medical tests, or more specifically, drug safety tests, researchers often use a variety of different mammals. These mammals include monkeys, rats, mice and dogs, but this is only naming a few. Using mammals to test drugs before they are marketed…

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July 7th, 2017
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Rusty-Patched Bumblebee Is Nearing Extinction In The United States

July 3rd, 2017

The rusty-patched bumblebee was a common sight around large portions of the United States just twenty years ago, but now it looks as though this bee may become extinct sometime soon. This bee is the first of its species to become endangered. As a result of climate change and habitat loss, this once thriving bee…

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Insect Infestation Nightmare: Dealing With an Infestation of Brown Recluse Spiders

June 29th, 2017

Having to deal with an insect infestation of any kind can be an exhausting, stressful, and sometimes frightening, depending on what exactly has infested your home. I for one am terrified of bed bug infestations and termite infestations. Yeah, those insects aren’t exactly the scariest in the world, but having you house taken over by…

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Don’t Get Stung By Summer’s Stingers

June 16th, 2017

Don’t Get Stung By Summer’s Stingers! Use the tips below!  Seal cracks and crevices: Seal all visible cracks and crevices to keep these pests from moving indoors, and regularly inspect around the yard and along the perimeter of the house for nests. Keep food covered: During a picnic or cookout, cover all food when outside and…

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Are Cicadas Coming Out Of Their Long Sleep Early?

May 25th, 2017

Anybody who lives in the Southeastern region of the United States is definitely acquainted with the humming sounds of numerous cicadas. Some find their humming to be relaxing; while others cannot tolerate the sounds they make. Typically cicadas are supposed to remain underground for seventeen years before surfacing. However, one species of cicada, brood X,…

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