A “rat king” is a group of rats whose tails are intertwined and stuck together. Sometimes the tail hairs are simply entangled, and at
Two enormous fossil troves in China have yielded clues to a mystery: how insects became the most diverse members of the animal kingdom.
Gypsy moths, emerald ash borers, brown marmorated stinkbugs, Japanese beetles, spotted lantern flies and the list goes on. We have been
His Toyota Prius loaded with tiny wasps, Josh Milnes is about to make life very difficult for an invasive stink bug threatening Washington
In a study published in Current Biology, scientists in Japan have discovered how fruit flies communicate through pheromone-laced feces.
Fruit flies don’t appear to use their tiny, translucent wings for optimal flight, as one might expect. The speedy appendages seem to
The heart is an astounding workhorse of an organ. With every passing minute, the human heart churns out over a gallon of blood that fuels
I swore off movie-going for a while because I had read too many articles (fact: one is too many) about bed bugs in movie theaters, but
I spent the last few days fighting off a mouse infestation in our RV. So far I’ve trapped and tossed six of the furry little
Summertime: when Washington residents rush to get outside. There’s no better place to enjoy nature. But as eager as you may be, don’t