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Penn State Researchers Discover Wasps with Folding Fore Wings 

A group of researchers from the Pennsylvania State University has recently discovered a new wasp species that have unique folding fore wings. The wasps were discovered in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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This Memorial Day make sure to remember those men and women in the military who sacrificed so much for their country. Take a look at the history of Memorial Day from the @History Channel right here! http://nsbank.me/REupUx #ThankaVet
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PestWorld 2014 

The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) is hosting PestWorld 2014 on October 21st to 24th in Orlando, Florida.
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Most office managers and building owners don’t consider their Las Vegas business office to be a haven for unwanted pests. Truth is, even an open canister of sugar in your breakroom could call pests from the surrounding area to flood your office building.
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Beautiful Day in #redrockcanyon near Las Vegas NV. While on Holiday here in #lasvegas make certain to check out this Wonderful Natural Area with it's Colorful canyon walls and dynamic geology!
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German Cockroaches 

German cockroaches are the most common species of cockroaches all over the world. These are generally flat and oval in shape and range from ½ inch to 5/8 inch in size. They are light brown to tan in color with two characteristic dark stripes down their backs.
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Did you know...? Some of America's oldest petroglyphs are found at Pyramid Lake, Nevada!
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Scientists May Now be able to Track West Nile Virus

Scientists are making great strides predicting when and where West Nile virus outbreaks will occur.
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