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A US Burger chain purposely adds Bugs to the menu

Normally bugs cause major concerns for fast food outlets and if found in food by a customer with the help of social media cause outrage and can potentially damage brand reputation. Wayback Burgers will debut an Oreo mud pie cricket protein milkshake…

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Making LED Light Bulbs Less Attractive to Insects to Help Prevent Disease

Travis Longcore who is a professor of spatial sciences at the University of Southern California is working with Royal Philips, a Dutch electronics company, to develop bulbs that will be less attractive to insects. The idea is “an energy-efficient bulb that has…

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Rats run rampant through Sydney CBD and surrounding suburbs

Reports of rat sightings from businesses and residents have spiked from Bondi to the inner west suburbs and southern Sydney suburbs as far as Cronulla, following reports of a rodent epidemic in the Sydney CBD last week. The cause of the growing…

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Different Personalities of Cockroaches Lead to Evolutionary Success

When studying the way cockroaches act out in the open, scientists have concluded that they are not all the same, but have different personality types, reports The Guardian. This new study gives clues to the evolutionary success of these “gregarious insects”. The…

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Michael Botha’s Interview on Invasive Pests in Hawaii

Just like Australia, Hawaii is isolated from the rest of the world, therefore has a very delicate ecosystem. Invasive pests are a growing concern in Hawaii, and Michael Botha, president of Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions, was interviewed on Hawaii News Now about…

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The Evolution of Bed Bugs

New research suggests that bed bugs are well on their way to becoming a new species according to a new article by the New York Times. Bed bugs have returned with a vengeance in recent years after almost being almost completely wiped…

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