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Ron Trefren
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Frightening Facts About Insects!

Are you afraid of bugs?

You should be.

Just kidding, but there are some pretty frightening facts about insects that may alarm you. Let’s take a look!

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Do you have cockroach in your apartment?

If so, there’s a good chance there’s more than one. In fact, it’s not uncommon for roaches to move in shortly after tenants ( 2 or 3 months ), once food begins to spoil and dirt builds, reproduce, and thrive.

This is how an infestation beings, and they’re nasty.

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It was a short week, but we still have a few articles we thing you’ll enjoy.

Before getting into it, let us remind you that you should never – ever – attempt to remove insects with the capability to sting you.

These include wasps and hives of honeybees. These insects become extremely defensive when irritated, so don’t shoot them with your paintball gun or attempt to relocate a hive.

- 25 Dangerous Household Pests
- Honeybees and Art for The Good of the Hive
- Watch This Black Widow Trap A Queen Wasp

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Can you feel the heat!?

It’s been a hot summer so far, and we’re betting this weather will continue right on through fall. Here’s a quick recap of some of the articles we shared this week on the blog.

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If you live in an apartment, there’s little you can do to take action against a pest control problem.

The best approach is to avoid attracting a pest control problem to your apartment unit. Here are a few things you can do to make sure you don’t attract bugs, mice, and other pests to your space.

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Just a friendly hello

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The death of a newborn in the Houston area has been linked to the Zika virus, Texas public health officials said Tuesday.

The infant's mother had traveled to Latin America during her pregnancy and was infected there by the virus, according to the Department of State Health Services. Her baby acquired the virus while in the womb and was born with microcephaly, a rare congenital condition that can cause an abnormally small head and underdeveloped brain.

Thousands of microcephaly cases have surfaced in countries wrestling with the Zika virus, most notably Brazil. And a growing body of scientific research has detailed the serious and extensive risks Zika poses to fetal development.

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Here are seven insects you're likely to encounter this summer that are so terrifying – at least to some people -- they should star in their own horror movies.
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