Picture this... It's a nice spring day in Augusta (or Waterville, Gardiner, Portland, Lewiston, wherever you live). You decide to talk a walk. As you pass by the melting snowbanks in your yard, you see all the dirt and debris mixed in with the snow. At first, yo...
An Auburn University student decided to take on the challenge of eating bugs for every meal for a month. Cam Brantley-Rios is trying to bring awareness as to how good bugs are for you. He says crickets and worms are high in protein but low in fat not to mention they have a low carbon footprint.
The U.N. recently released a report saying the world’s population should eat more bugs, it would solve the world food shortage and there are benefits from eating them. Well, guess what, we are already eating bugs in most food we consume. Not always whole bugs, but bits and pieces, heads, legs, bodies and sometimes whole bugs.
Continuing our unofficial "Stop Being Afraid of Insects" series, here are 16 pictures of ladybugs. Granted, most people aren't afraid of ladybugs, but they've probably never seen that video of a ladybug taking off in super-slow motion. Or had a house infested with them. They can be pretty disturbing when they're part of a throbbing ladybug mass. But not like this. This is adorable.