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Baby Brood X cicadas are headed underground. What lies ahead is still a mystery.
Brood X will spend the next 17 years in burrowing, eating, and growing. But the science isn’t completely settled on how the bugs wile away or count their time.
Why some bees and wasps are more likely to sting you
Not all bees and wasps can sting.
The Brood X cicadas are coming, and you should eat them. Here’s how.
It’s a bugtastic culinary experience!
Cacao growers are bugging out about our chocolate supply
Could an itty-bitty pollinator be the problem?
Glowing millipede genitalia give scientists a leg up in the lab
Megapixels: We've got a handy new imaging technique for defining millipede species.
Spiders are secretly great roommates
So please stop killing them
Different Scorpion Species Share Similar Taste In Interior Design
Their complex burrows have key features in common
Crazy Ants Cooperate To Carry Food
A new study shows that informed individual ants help guide larger groups
The Bed Bug: A Musical Muse
The bloodsuckers have infiltrated not just our bedrooms, but also our songs
The World’s Only Galloping Insect Runs Like A Race Horse In Slow-Mo
One genus of South African dung beetle traded flying for a ridiculous-looking run.