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Crawlies, Un-creeped: the Truth Behind Your Arthropod Phobias
October 27, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

Here’s a task for you: try to rid your audience of their phobias by taking up-close photos of some of the creepiest bugs in our collection. Some are venomous, some do bite, but as usual, none of them want to hurt humans. Any bite or sting in the world of arthropods is an act of self-protection. […]

Pinchers, stingers and claws, oh my.
May 12, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: furryscaly “How do you count scorpions?” Well, carefully is the best answer. The same can be said for any animals with either pinchers, claws, or really sharp teeth. That pretty much covers the majority of our animal collection here (except for the amphibians). The next question that pops to mind is: why would […]

Poisoning Pesky Pests
April 24, 2009 · 1 Comment

 © Photo credit: Gerald Yuvallos April showers bring flowers – and mosquitoes!!!  The one good thing about our prolonged dry spell is that we have had almost no mosquitoes for months…but that is about to change.  Truly, mosquitoes are some of the most pestilential insects on this earth – not only is their bite unpleasant, […]

Because One Roach Post Just Isn’t Enough
January 26, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: sirtrentalot In my previous post about roaches, I let you know that roaches are helpful to man even if you don’t want to snuggle with them. Now I would like to give you a few fun facts to let you know why they are kinda awesome. In no particular order: Roaches are 340 […]


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