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A specimen of Platydemus manokwari collected in a greenhouse at Caen in Normandy.
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Light pollution may slow the recovery of deforested rainforests by scaring away bats that would otherwise help disperse seeds and regenerate plant growth, according to a new report.
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Light pollution could affect the regeneration of tropical rainforests because it disrupts the behaviour of seed dispersing bats, a study suggests.
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Hundreds of thousands of acres of New Jersey's forests are choked with underbrush and vegetation, leaving them vulnerable to massive fires and hindering their use for recreation, state officials say.
A: Many things can be done to help ensure a traveler's health and safety. See your healthcare provider well before your planned departure date.
Hawke's Bay Regional Council is monitoring the spread of the Giant willow aphid after the insects were recently discovered on willows by most of our rivers.
Unlike carnivores herbivores like bovines and equines eat only vegetation not even insects and omnivores like chickens and bears eat both flesh and vegetation.
Basic characteristics of arachnids include four pairs of legs and a body divided into two segments: the cephalothorax and the abdomen .
A woman was stung more than 1,000 times after being attacked by a swarm of 75,000 KILLER BEES.
Hopefully, readers found our first and second articles in the series of important ABCs information about common poisons to help you protect your pets.
They're the creepy-crawly critters that make every parent squirm. And new research shows that they are becoming increasingly difficult to kill.
Around 3,000 beekeepers are attending a conference in Antrim this weekend and will look at ways to secure the future of the insects after a record colony loss last winter.
The brutally cold winter of 2013-14 has put a dent in the invasive insect population, but it won't be a total wipeout, according to experts.
Windows generally does a good job of keeping track of the time. However, when the computer's time is off it can introduce a host of other issues.
Lt. Cmdr. Kathryn Barbara is a medical entomologist for the Navy and helps deal with anything from birds to insects to snakes.
Africanized "killer" bees, similar to the one pictured, attacked an elderly woman in California on Monday, stinging her more than 1,000 times.