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Giant Flying Insect Found on Walmart in Arkansas Turns Out to Be Surviving Jurassic-Era Relic
A bug expert found a huge winged insect—misidentified as your average dragonfly—on the side of an Arkansas Walmart building years ago. The flying bug was, actually, far from average and turned out ...
March 13, 2023
European Commission Approves 2 More Insect Species as ‘Food’ for Humans
The European Commission recently approved two more insect species for human consumption in the region, even after acknowledging ...
January 26, 2023
FDA Warns People With Seafood Allergies Not to Eat Cicadas
Eating cicadas—fleshy insects that some people see as a tasty delicacy—is ill-advised for people allergic to seafood, the ...
June 3, 2021
Pesticides May Be Slowly Killing Bees, Study Says
Australian research has found that an insecticide may slowly contribute to bee population decline even at low doses. ...
January 13, 2021
Will Americans Ever Eat Insects for Food? Startups Say, ‘Yes, We Will!’
Aspirational eaters are flocking to cricket foods.
March 24, 2016
Polish Prankster Scares People With ‘Mutant Spider’ (Video)
A prankster gave unsuspecting people the fright of their lives by unleashing a "mutant spider" on the public. ...
September 6, 2014
10 Natural Ways to Beat an Ant Invasion
Don't kill ants if they don't invade your space. Here are some ways to keep them outdoors, where ...
July 2, 2014
Lisa Kaplan Gordon
A Big Tick for Entomologists: New 3D Colour Scans of Insects
Observation is a cornerstone of science – we learn much about the universe and how it works just ...
May 31, 2014
From a Snail’s Perspective, a Wondrous World (Photo Gallery)
Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko zooms in on the life of tiny, slow-moving creatures most of us give little ...
May 3, 2014
Rare African Wasp Has Wings That Fold Like Origami
Scientists have discovered several new species of threatened wasps in Sub-Saharan Africa that are the first known insects ...
May 2, 2014
To Chase Prey, Tiger Beetles Do a Superfast Dance
If a tiger beetle drew a line as it chased its next meal, the resulting pattern would be ...
April 15, 2014
Better-Fed Ladybirds Redder and More Toxic
New research suggests that the redness of the wings of a ladybird, better known as a ladybug, directly ...
February 14, 2012
Epoch Times Staff
Consumer Reports Challenges FDA’s ‘High’ Arsenic Limits in Apple Juice, Citing Health Risks to Children
Senate Passes Debt Ceiling Bill, Ending Threat of Default
Australia’s Most Decorated War Hero Loses Defamation Battle in Court
US Granted $1.3 Billion to Chinese, Russian Groups
Pentagon Cancels Drag Show on Air Force Base Amid Pressure From Congress
Minors Banned From Attending Orlando Furry Convention Under New Florida Law
Darlene McCormick Sanchez
State Pension Funds Defy Anti-ESG Laws When Voting Their Shares, Watchdog Charges
Bragg Moves to Block Trump’s Request to Move ‘Hush Money’ Case to Federal Court
Peter Boghossian: Hiding People From Truth Does Not Protect Them—Academic Institutions, DEI Bureaucracies, and Ideological Capture
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Trump’s Lawyers Seek Recusal of Judge in NY Criminal Case