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Re: Bugs

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Big critter, hate to see the bats go that way.
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The Invasion of the Giant Snails !

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http://www.wtsp.com/news/watercooler/ar ... th-Florida

fortunately Canada is too cold for a lot of creatures but everybody and everything seems to like Florida
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Re: The Invasion of the Giant Snails !

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Gary Oak wrote:http://www.wtsp.com/news/watercooler/ar ... th-Florida

fortunately Canada is too cold for a lot of creatures but everybody and everything seems to like Florida
Some cane toads will eat them all, and every other thing they can get.
You have the Chinese muscles that can mess things up, they already are in the great lakes. Beetles also.
Also some kinds of evasive plants
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Killer Hornets

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http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress. ... -in-china/

I hope that this hornet species never becomes an invasive species in these parts
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I saw those on a nature shoe killing off bee hives until they got into an Asian bee colony.
The Asian bees would smoother them, and heat up so much they baked to death.

Those are scary looking, more so than our black, and brown ones.
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You will like this Gary, cool pics

http://www.slate.com/blogs/behold/2013/ ... ative.html :link:
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Giant Hornets again

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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world ... 54105.html

the death toll is up to 41 now with 1,600 injured now.
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Giant Hornet vs Yellow Hornet War

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Re: Bugs

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... China.html

There is something very odd about these giant hornets. I lived in Hong Kong for seven years and read the newspaper every single morning and never ever did I ever hear about these giant hornets. I knew about the giant carpenter bees and the giant Japanese hornets but never in China. Surely I would have read about at least some people getting killed by these monsterous wasps. Could it be that they are GMO hornets ? It's just an idea but you don't get to the best ideas without looking at all the ideas
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Re: Bugs

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Those things are scary, you would need armor plate to protect yourself from those with no way for them to get in.
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I was watching on the news about a company in the USA that is raising crickets for HUMAN consumption!! They think it is the solutuon to the world's growing food needs.
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Grubs, and mill worms will be next :) I here stir fried silk worms is tasty :teehe:
It's all about the mind, most people have a stigma about that stuff, but there is nothing wrong with eating it.
Look at chickens, about everyone loves them, but look at what they eat, and stand in all the time.
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Re: Bugs

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Blue Frost wrote:Grubs, and mill worms will be next :) I here stir fried silk worms is tasty :teehe:
It's all about the mind, most people have a stigma about that stuff, but there is nothing wrong with eating it.
Look at chickens, about everyone loves them, but look at what they eat, and stand in all the time.
I don't want to think about it.
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LOL, I really don't either, but they are nasty.
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American Tarantulas Prowling

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http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/geekquin ... 50638.html

I didn't nknow the USA had large numbers of these things

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We have scorpions here in KY land, little ones, they glow under a black light :)
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Ant Cities

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Take a look at this ant engineering. These ants don't appear to be morons

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I have seen the top video, they have a lot of those castings. They did have an exhibit.

Hey do you think some ant thinks that big one was made by Aliens :laugh:
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Sea Monster Worm

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/1038902 ... -fish.html

This is one UUUUGGGLLLYYYY worm ! Can you imagine the reaction of the guy who found this in his aquarium ?

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