A pair of 99-million-year-old cave-dwelling cockroaches are rewriting the early history of when bugs first moved into caves.
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After a group of worker ants became trapped in a sealed nuclear bunker in Poland, they formed a queen-free "colony" that survived through cannibalism.
Yellow jackets in Alabama may be in the midst of a colossal craze; they're making humongous "super nests" that can house 15,000 worker wasps, according to an entomologist there.
At first glance, centipedes and millipedes look alike with their numerous legs. But there are a few key differences between these squirmy creatures.
Not only are their bites itchy and annoying, but mosquitoes also carry diseases. Here's a look at why some years are worse for the pesky insects.
From the seven-spotted ladybug to clown beetles, the deserts are full of amazing insects with their own quirky features and lifestyles.
Magic" mushrooms seem to have passed their genes for mind-altering substances around among distant species to respond to an insect crisis.
Butterflies and moths are so ancient, they lived before the existence of flowers, a new study finds.
Are we facing insect Armageddon? A recent study found that German nature reserves have seen a 75 percent reduction in flying insects over the last 27 years.
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