Insects aren’t just small, they can also be very quick, agile and surprisingly clever. This combination can make it very tough to find them, let alone get rid of them. In addition, they can climb, crawl and jump on virtually all kinds of surfaces. Often, we less nimble humans are astonished at the ways these small pests manage to get around, and the areas they somehow figure out a way to access.
Recently, several media outlets ran stories about an Oregon woman who keeps two anteaters as pets. She dresses the pair of exotic mammals in sweaters, and they sleep in a makeshift burrow in her washing machine during the day. At night, they go on patrol for insects.
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House ants Controlling the Common House Ants Ants are social insects, and as a whole can be the most difficult household pest to control. With some ants spraying the ant trails only makes the infestations worse. Included in this article are a few characteristics of the most common house ants, Pharaoh, argentine, black ant, odorous […]