WonderLand Photographer Nadav Bagim (aka AimishBoy) is an Israel-based 30-year-old student who has created a beautiful series called Wonderland using insects he found in his apartment or on plants outside his window. (Pics)
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A former park ranger from America found the heaviest ever recorded giant weta on New Zealand’s Little Barrier Island. Mark Moffett, a former park ranger, has revealed how he spent two days tracking down a giant insect on a remote New Zealand island – and got it to eat a carrot out of his hand.
Gotham bee, is one of 11 newly identified bee species. Eleven new species of sweat bees has been identified by one researcher, including a bug named in honor of Gotham City – but in a sense, these bees aren’t new at all. They’ve probably been right under our noses all this time.
Incredible shrinking ants. Warmer temperatures and lack of water are causing plants and animals to shrink, researchers said on Monday, warning it could have profound implications for food production in years ahead.
Remember this day, friends. Remember when the cyborg beetles early first took flight in our labs and flew right into their world domination destiny. Look! Even now one of the brood is stealing a quarter, no doubt for financing purposes. But total world domination won’t happen just yet. First, their human scientist handlers must perfect [...]
Love bug salad Would you like a bowl of scorpion soup? How about a mixed locust salad with bee crème brûlée for dessert?
Spider silk could be an ideal answer for helping heal wounds. Researchers may have found a better alternative for providing skin grafts to wounds. It turns out that spider silk is legendary for its strength, as well as its possible healing properties. Tissue engineer Hanna Wendt at Medical School Hannover in Germany honed in on this and found [...]
There are more than 1000,000 bees in a hive on top of City Hall in Chicago. On top of Chicago’s City Hall is a garden with wildflowers and native grasses. In the garden stand two beehives where more than 100,000 bees come and go in patterns more graceful, but just as busy, as the traffic on the street [...]
Mosquitoes were drawn to smelly socks. A new trap for malaria-spreading mosquitoes using the odor of human feet to lure them in is being developed by scientists in Tanzania.
Researcher Dr Gregory Parker holds a small, winged drone that resembles an insect. The U.S. military is developing these. innocent-looking devices that are actually some of the most sophisticated drones on the planet. They resemble children’s toys that are left disgarded in closets around the world. (Pics and video)