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  1. Police charge man in ax attack on family memberRead the original story w/Photo

    29 min ago | ABC 27

    The state Department of Agriculture found insect repellent, trash, and food that had to be thrown out in the latest round of restaurant insp

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  2. Angelina Jolie, kids enjoy 'dry chips' like spiders, crickets and tarantulasRead the original story

    44 min ago | Newkerala.com

    Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 21 : Looks like Angelina Jolie and her kids are satisfying their craving with something extremely adventurous. Gone are the days when Jolie used to serve meat loafs on plate, as she is now happy frying those creepily 'tasty' spiders, crickets and tarantulas, reports TMZ.com.

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  3. Global Body Worn Insect Repellent Consumption Market- Insect Shield,...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | SBWire

    Global Industry Study on Body Worn Insect Repellent Consumption Market by Application, Manufacturers, Type and Regions, Forecast to 2021 Scope of the Report: Report mainly focus on Body Worn Insect Repellent Consumption in Worldwide market, especially report covers Body Worn Insect Repellent Consumption market like, in North America, Body Worn Insect Repellent Consumption market in Europe, Body Worn Insect Repellent Consumption market in Asia-Pacific, Body Worn Insect Repellent Consumption market in Latin America, Middle as well as Africa. This report categorizes the Body Worn Insect Repellent Consumption market based on manufacturers, regions, type and Body Worn Insect Repellent Consumption market application.

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  4. Warm winter sparks early allergy season across River RegionRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | WSFA-TV Montgomery

    Temperatures are about 15 degrees above average in February, triggering an early pollen season in Montgomery. A late-season freeze combined with a warm winter translates to an earlier, and possibly longer, allergy season across the River Region.

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  5. Could pitcher plant enzyme treat celiac? [Life Lines]Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | ScienceBlogs

    Enzyme from pitcher plant helps mice digest gluten. Image by Mokkie - Praca wA asna, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons Pitcher plants are a known enemy of insects, but perhaps beneficial for people suffering from celiac disease.

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  6. Angelina Jolie cooks scorpions with her kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | USA Today

    Angelina Jolie cooks scorpions with her kids Crickets and tarantulas were also on the menu. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2m1PNGI In a BBC video , the filmmaker -- whose passion project First They Killed My Father just premiered in Cambodia -- is seen comfortably cooking insects with her cast members, kids and reporter Yalda Hakim.

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  7. DCNR announces aerial spraying plans to suppress gypsy mothsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Progress

    The State Bureau of Forestry again is preparing for an aerial spraying effort to combat gypsy moth populations poised for spring outbreaks in the eastern and central portions of Pennsylvania, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources officials said recently. "Weather - specifically a cold, wet spring in 2016 - emerged as DCNR's strongest ally in spraying efforts that go beyond trying to control an annoying and destructive insect," said DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn.

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  8. Growling coyote follows Southeastern Spine Institute doctor into Mount Pleasant officeRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Post and Courier

    Dr. Steven Poletti shows the path the coyote took out of Southeastern Spine Institute in Mount Pleasant after the animal followed him into the doctors entrance Monday, Feb. 20, 2017. Grace Beahm/Staff Surveillance video shows a coyote followed Dr. Stephen Poletti of Southeastern Spine Institute into his Mount Pleasant building and then chased him out.

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  9. Researchers find how six-legged robots can run fasterRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Oak Ridge Observer

    Robots six legged robots Tripod gait bipod gait tests on robots bipod gait insect inspired robots University of Lausanne Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne fastest way for six legged robots to walk Robotics Science Science news Sure enough, when employing the bipod gait, the robot was able to motor along faster than when using the tripod gait. The scientists carried out a host of computer simulations, tests on robots and experiments on Drosophila melanogaster - the most commonly studied insect in biology.

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  10. Malaria Vaccine: Nigerian entomologist calls for cautionRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Vanguard

    E ven as the whole world is celebrating the new malaria vaccine by German researchers, a top Nigeria Entomologist and Coordinator, Malaria Research Programme, Nigerian Institute of Medical Research, NIMR, Dr. Samuel Awolola, has cautioned Nigerians not to be carried away by the result of the clinical trials, insisting that there is no effective malaria vaccine yet. The world was weekend greeted with the news of discovery of an effective vaccine that offers up to 100 per cent protection from malaria by German researchers at the University of TA1 4bingen in collaboration with the biotech company, Sanaria Incorporated.

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  11. WorkSafeBC fines tree fallerRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Prince George Citizen

    WorkSafeBC has levied a fine against one of the firms contracted to fall trees in the effort to contain the spruce beetle. OBO Forest Management GP Ltd. was levied a $2,500 penaly in November, according to a WorkSafeBC posting, after the agency inspected the work of two employees and found several regulatory requirements had been violated.

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  12. Flood fears renewed as California is pounded by stormRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ABC 27

    Downpours swelled creeks and rivers Monday in Northern California, threatening to cause even more flooding in the already soggy region. The state Department of Agriculture found insect repellent, trash, and food that had to be thrown out in the latest round of restaurant insp

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  13. Bees at UMD to get a green rooftopRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ABC2 Maryland

    The University of Maryland's Entomology Department is teaming up with the Furbish Company to install a green rooftop on the university's Pollinator Habitat Wall.

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  14. Bee education programme a first for SouthlandRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Southland Times

    Limehills School students Cooper Mitchell, Ben Anderson, Chloe Telky and Keely Anderson- Kereti are buzzing with excitement over a new bee education programme that's about to begin at their school. Coordinated by the Southland Bee Society, in conjunction with Environment Southland, the school has been given its own bees to take care of as part of a trial educational programme aimed at teaching children about the importance of the insects.

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  15. MIT research could help Island tick problemRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Shelter Island Reporter

    Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology could one day be part of the arsenal used in the battle to reduce the incidence of tick-borne diseases on Shelter Island. Scientist Kevin Estvelt and his team at MIT's "Sculpting Evolution Group" are working on technology they hope will stop a number of serious diseases in their tracks, including malaria in Africa and India spread by mosquitoes.

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  16. See it: Angelina Jolie eats spider, cooks scorpions in CambodiaRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    The actress demonstrates how to cook and eat various creepy crawlers - including tarantulas, scorpions and beetles - in a new video interview with the BBC shot in Cambodia. In the clip, the "Tomb Raider" star, 41, explains how she eased into devouring insects and arachnids as she removes the fangs of a massive spider and tosses scorpions into the frying pan.

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  17. Killer chimp gang hunts and eats monkey in bloody attack videoRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Daily Star

    Blood trickles down from the tree top and soaks the leaves beneath as the gang feast on the monkey's flesh. It's a dog eat dog world, take a look at these amazing cannibal animals, from a snake swallowing a kangaroo to a seagull eating a fellow bird.

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  18. Police seek caretaker accused of stealing $115KRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | ABC 27

    The Latest on the shooting of two California police officers as they responded to a traffic accident (all times loca The state Department of Agriculture found insect repellent, trash, and food that had to be thrown out in the latest round of restaurant insp

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  19. Angelina Jolie eats scorpions and spiders in CambodiaRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    'Take the fangs out': Angelina Jolie snacks on scorpions and tarantulas with her kids in Cambodia... after opening up about 'difficult' split from ex Brad Pitt She is in Cambodia with her kids for the premiere of her film First They Killed My Father, about the genocide under Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge Her years as a Hollywood bad girl are well behind her, but Angelina Jolie still has a taste for danger it seems. The 41-year-old actress and her children happily munched on tarantulas and scorpions while sampling the local delicacies during a recent trip to Cambodia.

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  20. Hairy tarantulas, glow-in-dark scorpions crawl over visitors at Victoria Bug ZooRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Chronicle-Journal

    Hairy-legged tarantulas and pointy-tailed scorpions send chills of fear through most people, but at the Victoria Bug Zoo they are as friendly as newborn kittens and will rest in the palm of your hand. The downtown mini zoo offers visitors an up-close-and-personal view of live tropical bugs from around the world.

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