Read more about the article Creepy Vids Show Scorpion Feasting On Cockroach
Scorpion pet feeds on a cockroach, in Sergei Bykovskii's home, in Vietnam, in undated footage. Sergei used to keep over 100 species of insects when he lived in Russia. (@wonder_insectarium/Newsflash)

Creepy Vids Show Scorpion Feasting On Cockroach

Scorpion overpowers a hapless cockroach and stings it repeatedly before devouring it has been captured and shared by a biologist. https://youtube.com/shorts/2L0lQ32KViM @wonder_insectarium/Newsflash It was shared alongside a piece of footage…

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Read more about the article 60 Per Cent Of Creepy Crawlies Are Threatened With Extinction
Image shows a true leaf insect or a walking leaf, undated photo. The Zurich Zoo in Switzerland raised awareness against the global insect biodiversity loss on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. (Zoo Zurich, Rita Schlegel/Newsflash)

60 Per Cent Of Creepy Crawlies Are Threatened With Extinction

A Swiss zoo has predicted that almost 60 per cent of all insect species in the country are threatened with extinction. Experts from Zurich Zoo say that the declining insect…

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Read more about the article Creepy Fungus Growth Turns Wasps Into Zombies
A zombie wasp grips a twig with the fungus sprouting from its physique in Fayette County, Alabama, U. S., in an undated photo. (@alabamawildlifeandfreshwaterfisheries/Newsflash)

Creepy Fungus Growth Turns Wasps Into Zombies

Possessed zombie wasps with fungus stalks coming out of their brains have been found by wildlife experts in the US. The parasitical fungus - which locks a victim's jaws around…

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Read more about the article Scientist Fan Of Taylor Swift Names New Species Of Creepy-Crawly After Her
A newly described millipede, Nannaria swiftae, is named after the U.S. singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. (Dr Derek Hennen/Newsflash)

Scientist Fan Of Taylor Swift Names New Species Of Creepy-Crawly After Her

Scientists have named a new species of millipede that lives hidden in leaves on the forest floor after the popular American singer Taylor Swift. Dr Derek Hennen told Newsflash that…

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