Creepy crawly joy This roach is not meant to be squashed It's not news that would make most of us jump for joy, but it's the stuff that appeals to entomologists: South African scientists say they have found a new species of cockroach. To make the reaction ... Tampa Bay Times, 2 months ago
&& If something happens once, it’s a fluke. Twice, it’s a coincidence, but three times is a trend. And getting a cockroach stuck in your head is always unpleasant. Always always always. Doctors in Chengdu, China, had to remove a roach from the ear ...Huffington Post, 2 weeks ago
&& A woman in southeastern India woke up one day this week to a nightmarish sensation: the feeling that a bug had crawled up her nose. The 42-year-old woman, a Chennai resident identified only as Selvi, made her son-in-law take her to a medical clinic Tuesday ...Huffington Post, 3 weeks ago
Try to get this image out of your brain. A cockroach 3 inches long, an inch wide. Are those horns on its head? Look, it's hissing at you like a snake. That's what this roach does when threatened or seeking a mate. Relax. This bug's not looking for romance.Tampa Bay Times, 2 months ago
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