Go on, down a glass of milk. Cockroach milk, that is. Research says that the milk from the creepy crawlies are packed with nutritional benefits that should put it on top of every health buff's grocery list.
Tick protection just got official. CDC researchers confirm permethrin's effectiveness on a new study that tested the chemical's capabilities in immobilizing three species of disease-carrying ticks.
Katie Holley from Florida woke up one night with a cockroach buzzing inside her ear. It took over a week and two trips to the doctor to get it all out.
Scientists from Japan has developed a flying drone that could help or "potentially" replace bees as pollinators.
It is known that a lot of aerial drones are trying to mimic small insects with their processes. However, nothing beats the maneuverability and efficiency of the dragonfly. Now researchers are trying to create a hybrid drone.
Even these notoriously hard-working insects need a break every now and then.
There's no end to the amazing qualities of spider silk. New technology takes the next step in the material healing wounds.
In a settelment with Center for Biological Diversity, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today proposed Endangered Species Act protection for the western glacier stonefly, according to the press release by the Center. Along with the westen glacier stonefly, another stonefly species called meltwater lednian stonefly, is also proposed for additional protection.
Scientists listed the recently discovered tiny spider as critically endangered due to the threat of habitat loss caused by human activities.
Imagine witnessing millions of blood-sucking insects swarming before your eyes. Early this August, a horrifying, huge, vertical swarm of mosquitoes was filmed in Russia. A tornado itself is already terrifying, but a tornado of mosquitoes is far more bone-chilling.
It might sound strange, but there is a reason to celebrate the hatching of about 200 hundred hairy brown Montserrat tarantulas in Chester Zoo, U.K. The birth of this clutch marks the first time the species has been bred in captivity.
As the intense heat and humidity in New York City worsens this week, cockroaches are planning an invasion, all thanks to a massive heat wave and climate change.
There is nothing small in a caddisfly, especially with its unique silk that can revolutionize the medical adhesives.