The festival hopes to kill the stigma against eating insects.
Bedbugs love dark red and black, and they tend to stay away from "dazzling white and bright yellow."
Scientists have managed to map the genome of the common bed bug, revealing some fun things about the little suckers.
The modern world is a marvel.
Plus grasshoppers in the tacos.
Super lice has already decimated our brothers and sisters up north: the strain constitutes 97.1% of Canadian head lice cases.
Those glistening brown guys peeking from under the tomato are exactly what you think they are.
We may not have gotten to see many cicadas outside of Staten Island, but who needs to see things in real life when there are gorgeous documentaries to watch!
According to a recent study, some species of cockroach started noticing humans were using glucose to bait-and-kill them, so now they hate the taste of sugar. Bloomberg, take note!
For weeks, we've been molting in anticipating of the arrival of our cicada overlords—and now, billions of the Brood II cicadas have finally begun swarming Staten Island.
We talked to a cicada expert at Cornell who set the record straight.
They covered the face of the whole land, so that the land was darkened, and they ate all the plants in the land and all the fruit of the trees that the hail had left. Not a green thing remained, neither tree nor plant of the field, through all the land of Egypt. - Exodus 10:15
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