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Become an Entomologist!

12-30-2015

Become an Entomologist!

Become an Entomologist! Have you ever though about quitting your job? What about to become an entomologist? An entomologist is someone who studies insects. Some entomologists even get to travel to cool places around the world for research. A...

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99 Million Year Old Beetle

12-29-2015

99 Million Year Old Beetle

99 Million Year Old Beetle 100 million years ago, a tiny beetle flew into a coniferous tree and was overcome in its resin. The resin fossilized into amber and encased the beetle. Machael Caterino, director of the Clemson University Arthropod...

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Using Insects in the Classroom

12-21-2015

Using Insects in the Classroom

Using Insects in the Classroom The Entomological Foundation hosted a one-day teacher's workshop where they instructed more than 60 teachers on how they can incorporate insects into the classroom. This event was held at the Minneapolis Convention...

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Getting Rid of Mice for Good

12-17-2015

Getting Rid of Mice for Good

Getting Rid of Mice for Good Unfortunately, as the weather drops, mice are finding their way into warm, cozy homes. Luckily there are some things you can do in order to get rid of these mice and keep them away for good. Here are a few facts about...

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Artist Decorates an Art Installation With 5,000 Insects

12-15-2015

Artist Decorates an Art Installation With 5,000 Insects

Jennifer Angus, the artist, believes that all insets are beautiful and admires their diversity, which is why she created an art installation featuring 5,000 of them! The insects, which cover the walls, are arranged in eye-catching patterns. The...

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Gypsy Moth Mania

12-14-2015

Gypsy Moth Mania

Gypsy Moth Mania The invasive gypsy moth looks like it may be making a resurgence in the United States. The warmer than average winter comes with the possibility of the gypsy moth population surging. These insects can spread and produce offspring...

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Home Remedies for Bites and Stings

12-10-2015

Home Remedies for Bites and Stings

Getting an insect bite or sting can be a huge pain, especially if you don't have anything at home to treat it. There are everyday household items you can use to treat bites or stings that people have been swearing by for centuries. So, forget...

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20 Interesting Insect Facts

12-08-2015

20 Interesting Insect Facts

20 Interesting Insect Facts The Insecta class includes ants, bees, flies, beetles and much more, all of which have 3 segments- head, thorax and abdomen- encased in a hard exoskeleton. They also have a pair of antenna, compound eyes, and three...

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Did you Know There is a Lot of DNA in Cobwebs?

12-03-2015

Did you Know There is a Lot of DNA in Cobwebs?

Did you Know There is a Lot of DNA in Cobwebs? Before jumping to a vacuum or paper towel to clean up a cobweb you have lying around your house, you may want to consider the valuable scientific information that the web contains. I'm sure you are...

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Tricks to Find Termites

12-01-2015

Tricks to Find Termites

Tricks to Find Termites [caption id="attachment_16071" align="alignleft" width="275"] Termite Pest Control[/caption] In order to protect our homes from being taken over or infested by termites, it is important that we know a thing or two about...

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