Why do ants bite?

Why do ants bite

Why do ants bite for no reason? No reason you said! How Mother Nature wish it was for no reason! I mean, after you (humans) relegated the big boys of the ant family to surgical sutures; the army ants and the leafcutting species, purloined their larvae and pupae to market them as expensive escamoles, and … Read more

How do spiders get into the house?

how do spiders get into the house

Spiders obviously don’t appear inside the house by virtue of some witchery. No doubt, they’re the creepiest members of the arachnid family, but they aren’t long legged witches after all! They must have travelled all the way from somewhere and walked in through a medium that openly invited them. We’ll see exactly where these places … Read more

How big are dust mites?

Dust mites, Mother Nature’s biggest contribution to the world of skin care, are members of the arachnid family that are only as big as a standard microscope can detect, but not the unaided eye. Dust mites measure roughly 0.2 to 0.3 millimeters in length and, as you might have guessed, weigh only a significant amount … Read more

Does killing a cockroach attract more?

Does killing a cockroach attract more

There are two ways in which a dead cockroach — either the one you secretly stalked from behind and smashed with a flexible rubber slippers, or, the one Mother Nature specifically exterminated with her very own hands, can actually attract other populations of roaches lurking behind. And the kind of roach traffic capable of being … Read more