Cockroach Exhibit in Japan Features Man-sized Trap
Cockroach Exhibit in Japan Features Man-sized Trap When you think about an animal exhibit, you usually imagine it displaying something as typical as bears, elephants, seals, giraffes or lions -- the usual public favorites. But in an an act of unprecedented, innovative insight, a zoo in Japan has come up with a cockroach exhibit, complete with man-sized cockroach trap, as an alternative to the usual animal fanfare. Interestingly, the zoo already has experience with featuring less-than conventionally savory types of animals in their repertoire. Tokuyama Zoo has already held special exhibits featuring a variety of insects and reptiles before and, due to popular demand, have decided to focus solely on the surprisingly well-patronized cockroach for their next exhibit. According to the zoo's spokeswoman, Tokuyama Zoo, located in Yamaguchi prefecture, will display a total of 100 up to 200 cockroaches at its event, with a kickoff event featuring 15 kinds of cockroaches sourced from different parts of the world -- with rare kinds among them such as the Madagascar Hissing Cockroach. Now, regarding cockroaches in a controlled environment from a spectator's, even a pseudo-scientist's perspective may seem like a worthwhile enterprise, but if you ever come into contact with the same party cavorting around unchecked in your home, then a call to your pest control experts should be the proper -- and immediate -- recourse.